Author: Robert J. Collier, PhD

Article Abstract:

In this article, first delivered as a lecture at Tulane University and then to the clergy of the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska in 1998, the author deals with the pace of biotechnological advances and their implications for the human being. According to the author, the breakthroughs in mammalian reproduction and genetics leading to the ability to clone not only animals, but humans, should give people pause to consider the amount of control we will be able to exert in the future over our own bodies, particularly regarding embryonic stem cell research and the cloning of human beings.

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