Cloning human beings?
Colin A. B. Davidson
c.davidson at biotech.cam.ac.uk
Wed Feb 7 05:50:43 EST 2001
"Janu" <janubas at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Cloning full human beings. Well, I personally would not like to have a
> of myself.
In which case I suggest that you re-post with a question regarding human
reproductive cloning, specifically not cloning of human embyos for medical
research or the cloning of human genes into bacteria or yeast for study (for
example). It is the use of such ambiguous statements that leads to such
polarisation as we see in this field at present.
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