In 2002, president bush's council on bioethics wrote a report arguing that reproductive cloning should be banned, but left the door open to allowing research/therapeutic cloning.
South america argentina − embryonic stem cell research is permitted, but all forms of cloning (reproductive and therapeutic) are banned − the law specifically states that experiments concerning cloning of human cells in. The only researchers to publicly show that they have cloned a human embryo said on tuesday that they had successfully repeated the experiment, growing an embryo to the 16-cell stage.
Science and technology concluded that this law inherently bans human cloning the law is currently under review days old however, there is no government funding for such research embryos cannot be created specifically for research -- scientists must use existing embryos world human cloning policies. In addition, langston opposed bans on government funding for stem cell research because of the opportunities for public review afforded by the process of securing government grants gardner talked about the differences between academic and commercial research, suggesting that both were important for the advancement of science and its application. Clinton bars federal funds for human cloning research march 4, 1997 web posted at: 11:30 am est washington (cnn) -- responding to what he termed the troubling prospect of cloning human.
Reality: bans on all forms of human cloning do not “make criminals out of” responsible scientists, because when democratically elected legislative bodies define human cloning as an unacceptable form of human experimentation, responsible scientists obey the law.
Human clone experiment repeated successfully human being the us federal government refuses to fund embryonic stem cell research beyond a few limited cultures, while congress and some.
On january 14, 2001 the british government passed the human fertilisation and embryology (research purposes) regulations 2001 to amend the human fertilisation and embryology act 1990 by extending allowable reasons for embryo research to permit research around stem cells and cell nuclear replacement, thus allowing therapeutic cloning.