Cloning for Human Reproduction One American Perspective

Ronald Chester

New England Law | Boston

Sydney Law Review, Vol. 23, No. 319, 2001

The author, an American law professor, believes that whole-body cloning of adult humans will be possible in the near future. He does not believe the procedure should be banned when used as a form of assisted reproduction, but that it should be regulated by the government to ensure proper testing and application. After raising a number of scientific, ethical, religious and legal issues, Professor Chester addresses parentage in light of both old and new concepts of the 'family.' Finally, he focuses on the problem of women as surrogate mothers of clones, arguing in the process that the surrogate, having no real genetic tie to the clone, would have less of a claim to parentage than at least some of the surrogates currently gestating foetuses

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Chester, Ronald, Cloning for Human Reproduction One American Perspective. Sydney Law Review, Vol. 23, No. 319, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=700849

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