Dr David King, director of the pressure group Human Genetics Alert, opposes the move.
What does HGA stand for?
HGA stands for Human Genetics Alert (watchdog group; London, UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
But Dr David King from watchdog group Human Genetics Alert thinks the scheme is at best ethically questionable.
Dr David King, of the Human Genetics Alert watchdog, said: "What is really dangerous is these scientists' ambitions for total control over nature, which many people describe as playing God.
David King of the watchdog group Human Genetics Alert wonders if it's another step toward producing genetically modified babies.
Dr David King, director of Human Genetics Alert, accused the HFEA of showing 'contempt' for public opinion.
Dr David King, director of Human Genetics Alert, which opposes therapeutic cloning, said: "So-called therapeutic cloning is a technological fantasy and it is high time the scientific establishment came clean and admitted the fact.
For instance, the director of Human Genetics Alert, a bioethics watchdog group, told The Guardian, "It is wrong to create a child simply as a means to an end, however good that end might be, because to do so turns a child into an object.
No Dr David King, director of Human Genetics Alert I have two main objections to the research.