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Cloning

Scientists clone human embryos ...

15 years, 7 months ago

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Posted on Feb 12, 2004, 10 a.m. By Bill Freeman

By Clive Cookson in Seattle Published: February 12 2004 7:59 . Last Updated: February 12 2004 11:32 Cloned human embryos have been created for the first time in a scientifically credible way. In an announcement that will give new hope to medical researchers looking to cure degenerative diseases - and may enrage those who oppose all forms of cloning - a team from South Korea says it has carried out the essential steps required to produce embryonic stem cells through "therapeutic cloning".

By Clive Cookson in Seattle Published: February 12 2004 7:59 | Last Updated: February 12 2004 11:32 Cloned human embryos have been created for the first time in a scientifically credible way. In an announcement that will give new hope to medical researchers looking to cure degenerative diseases - and may enrage those who oppose all forms of cloning - a team from South Korea says it has carried out the essential steps required to produce embryonic stem cells through "therapeutic cloning".

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