Definition of Human reproductive cloning
1. Noun. The reproductive cloning of a sentient human being; generally considered ethically unacceptable.
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Literary usage of Human reproductive cloning
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1. Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing And Employing America for a by Cosepup, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (2007)
"She has directed studies and other activities on science and security in an age of terrorism, human reproductive cloning, presidential and federal advisory ..."
2. Strategies for Preservation of and Open Access to Scientific Data in China by Paul F. Uhlir, Julie M. Esanu (2006)
"Since its inception, the IAP has issued statements on population growth (1994), urban development (1996), sustainability (2000), human reproductive cloning ..."
3. Policy Implications of International Graduate Students And Postdoctoral by National Research Council (U. S.), Board on Higher Education and Workforce, National Academies Press (U.S.) (2005)
"Other studies have addressed human reproductive cloning, setting priorities for National Science Foundations' large research facilities, ..."
4. Health Technologies and Decision Making edited by Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2005)
"Ethical implications: To consider the ethical implications of decisions about the incorporation of new technologies (eg human reproductive cloning). ..."