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Dr. Gregory Stock

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Biography:

Rather than worry about the ethics of human cloning, Gregory Stock, director of the UCLA School of Medicine's Program of Medicine, Technology and Society, believes we should focus our attention on the idea that we'll soon be able to genetically manipulate embryos to develop desired traits a more immediate and enticing possibility for most parents than cloning.

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Dr. Gregory Stock

Rather than worry about the ethics of human cloning, Gregory Stock, directorof the UCLA School of Medicine's Program of Medicine, Technology andSociety, believes we should focus our attention on the idea that we'll soonbe able to genetically manipulate embryos to develop desired traits a moreimmediate and enticing possibility for most parents than cloning. ... More »

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