Stem -Cell research (human cloning).

Title: Stem -Cell research (human cloning).
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Stem -Cell research (human cloning).
On February 23, 1997, the idea that humans might someday be cloned, moved further away from science fiction and closer to that of a scientific possibility. On that day, Ian Wilmut and his colleagues from the Roslin Institution announced that, after a reported 277 attempts, they had successfully cloned a sheep, named Dolly, on July 5, 1996. Within days of the report, published in The Observer, Bill Clinton issued a five-year ban on any federal funding related to attempted human …showed first 75 words of 1136 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1136 total…has to take a leadership role, and do anything in its power to keep this technology out of the hands of evil. There is a huge potential for big businesses, like that of The Raelians, to involve themselves in human cloning, without acknowledging the fact that they are experimenting with human-life. These "businesses" are solely interested in the profits encircling this delicate scientific process, and it is the Government's job not to let this happen.

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