33 Sw. U. L. Rev. 259 (2003-2004)
Don't Be Swept Away by Mass Hysteria: The Benefits of Human Reproductive Cloning and Its Future

handle is hein.journals/swulr33 and id is 269 raw text is: DON'T BE SWEPT AWAY BY MASS
HYSTERIA: THE BENEFITS OF HUMAN
REPRODUCTIVE CLONING AND ITS
FUTURE
Yuriko Mary Shikai*
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.  IN TRODU  CTION  ............................................................................... 260
II. WHAT IS REPRODUCTIVE CLONING? .............................................. 262
A.   D efinition  of  Cloning  .............................................................. 263
B.   Cloning   Technologies  ............................................................. 264
1.  M olecular  C loning  ............................................................ 264
2.  C ellular  C loning  ................................................................ 264
3. Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer .......................................... 265
4.  Em  bryo  Splitting  ............................................................... 265
5. Human Reproductive Cloning v. Therapeutic Cloning ..... 265
III.  BRIEF  HISTORY   OF CLONING .......................................................... 266
IV. FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE HISTORY ................................................... 268
A.   President Clinton's National Bioethics Advisory ................... 268
B.   President Bush's Council on Bioethics ................................... 269
C. Present Federal Legislative Actions ....................................... 269
1.  Proposed  B ills  ................................................................... 269
a. Human Cloning Prohibition Act of 2001 .................... 269
b. The Human Cloning Ban and Stem Cell Research
Protection  A ct ............................................................. 270
c. Human Cloning Prohibition Act of 2003 .................... 270
D. Federal Administrative Regulation ......................................... 271
* Recognition - B.S. Microbiology 1985, University of California at Los Angeles; J.D.,
2003, Southwestern University School of Law. I would like to give special thanks to Professor
Lind for his help and guidance. To my husband, my children, and my parents for all of their love
and support.

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