Dr Patrick Dixon says that there are many people willing to be experimented on; many of those who want to be cloned have deep personal needs.
Part of an eight part, primetime Nightline series looks at cloning in this "Brave New World." Comprehensive report, no direct link, can only access by going to the link I listed and clicking on the report for Aug. 19.
Dr. Patrick Dixon discusses his debate with Dr. Richard Seed on BBC, and speculates about Seed's chances of pulling it off. Seed appealed to market forces as his ethical basis for cloning.
Baroness O'Neill of the Human Genetics Advisory Commission - "The science is still extremely unclear." Ethical concerns are discussed.
Dr. Patrick Dixon talks about what a clone is and how they are produced. A simple scientific overview of the variuos processes.
British Parliament has voted to allow the creation of human-animal embryos, which some scientists say are vital to find cures for diseases but which critics argue pervert the course of nature.
Hearing before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space - Available on Google Books