Is there reason for concern over the era of "designer babies" being on hand? Leading human geneticists have rarely taken the more controversial aspects of their work seriously. Most argue that it has no relation to anything resembling eugenics. They scoff at the possibility of human cloning and see little likelihood that their discoveries can be misused. So, would it be foolish to ignore the impending decisions we may soon confront?
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