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Symposium: Stem Cell Research and Human Cloning: Where Do We Draw the Line: Symposium Transactions

Thank you for that introduction, which reminds me that I used to do regulatory work for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, primarily as a member of the Board of Registration in Medicine, and we had real regulations, real law, that could be enforced. What I am going to talk about today is not "fake law," but a kind of law that is often seen as more like ethics-international law. There is really no such thing as global bioethics governance, but I would like to think that someday it will be a part of international law. Certainly, if we are going to pursue embryonic stem cell research and human cloning, there should be global governance of it.

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