Whereas genetic engineering has profound effects on humans, animals, plants and the environment;
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- CFHS is deeply concerned about the rapid increase in the ability to manipulate living organisms through genetic engineering, and its concomitant ethical implications.
- CFHS believes that transgenic manipulation denies the intrinsic value, nature and meaning of each species of living thing and is therefore strongly opposed to the manipulation and patenting of such animals.
- CFHS supports stringent regulatory controls on the biotechnology industry and urgently seeks national and international debate by government, industry, animal protection organizations and the public on the ethical, environmental, economic and social implications of genetic engineering.