Canadians’ Attitudes Toward Cloning

72% Say Cloning Humans for Body Parts is Unacceptable

Tuesday, December 16, 1997

More than seven in ten (72%) Canadians believe that cloning humans without brains for body parts would be unacceptable. In fact, a majority (56%) believe such a practice would be very unacceptable (a further 16 percent say it would be somewhat unacceptable). This despite recent experiments with cloning which show that it may be possible some day...

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Canadians’ Attitudes Toward Cloning

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