Three speeches on the technology and moral implications of genetic engineering, in vitro fertilization, and cloning. Explores possible treatment of genetic-related diseases, public and private funding, and how people react to such innovations.
r.1. pt.1. The State of the art in human in vitro fertililzation, embryo transfer, and cloning / John D. Biggers (35 min.) ; pt.2 Technical and medical state of the art of gene therapy in human adults and embryos / W. French Anderson (32 min.) -- r.2. The Ethics and politics of embryo and gene manipulation / Ruth Hubbard (28 min.).