Answered By: Georgetown Circulation Last Updated: Apr 20, 2015 Views: 19
Information about human cloning can be found in several places. First, go to the library's homepage, click on the 'Databases' tab, then 'Databases by Subject.' Clicking on the 'Health Sciences' tab will direct you to a LibGuide with links to all of our health-related databases. Information about 'human cloning' can be found in most all of the health-related databases.
The Science in Context database also has information about 'human cloning.'
To get a quick overview of the issue and generate ideas about what to write about, you may want to try the Opposing Viewpoints in Context database. You can locate it by starting at the HGTC Library website, clicking on the Databases tab, then choosing Databases A to Z. Choose the alphabetical entry for "O," then click on Opposing Viewpoints in Context and type "human cloning" into the search box.