New England School of Law
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.
George J. Annas,
The ABCs of Global Governance of Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Arbitrage, Bioethics and Cloning
New England Law Review
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