Analysis and Explanation of American Laws, Regulations, and Policies on Embryo Research and Genetic Research

  • Susan Cartier Poland

Abstract

The laws, regulations, and policies relevant to embryonic research and genetic research in the United States have separate histories. The United States has supported at the federal level genetic research - and bioethics on that research - yet the government has a history of not supporting embryonic research, in part due to the political nature of the abortion issue. Because of the difference in support, American laws, regulations, and policies on embryonic research and genetic research, research on stem cells wavers in the United States.

Author Biography

Susan Cartier Poland

J.D., National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, Washington, DC

Published
2009-03-31
Section
Independent Articles