To: High School Teachers and Their Students
Are your students asking about the ethics of cloning, stem cell
research, and the genetic revolution? Have they heard about the Human
Genome Project and want to learn more about its ethical implications?
If so, the American Journal of Bioethics High School HelpLine can help!
The Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania announces the
launch of their live on-line High School Bioethics HelpLine.
A fully interactive educational experience, the HelpLine facilitates a
live one-on-one question and answer session between high school students
and bioethics tutors from the Center for Bioethics.
The High School Helpline is open during homework hours: Sunday-Thursday,
To access the HelpLine go to the online home of the American Journal of
Bioethics and the Center for Bioethics (www.bioethics.net) and click on
the link for High School Bioethics HelpLine.
Questions or comments? Email us: homework at ajobonline.com
The American Journal of Bioethics High School HelpLine is funded by a
grant from the U.S. Department of Education.