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DNA Breakthroughs Welcome, But Americans Still Have Concerns
2014-02-05 06:35:12

A new poll from the Huffington Post and YouGov finds that although most Americans are excited by the possibility of the scientific breakthroughs made possible by DNA research, many of them worry that research could go too far — and the scientists could begin "playing God."

Researchers Successfully Convert Human Skin Cells Into Emryonic Stem Cells
2013-05-16 11:23:27

Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University (OSHU) and the Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC) have successfully reprogrammed human skin cells to become embryonic stem cells capable of transforming into any other cell type in the body.

Human Clones In 50 Years?
2012-12-19 15:28:41

The scientist who inspired the creation of Dolly the Sheep has now said human cloning is within our reach, bringing some hope of restoration to parents who have lost their child to a tragic death, reported the Telegraph.

2010-09-22 07:00:00

To Protect Women from Exploitation as Egg Donors and Enforce the NY Legislature's Ban on Taxpayer Money Going to Advance Human Cloning, Feminists Choosing Life of New York Will Appeal Flawed Lower Court Ruling ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept.

2009-06-18 00:40:26

The dog who found the last survivor beneath rubble at Ground Zero after the Sept.

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2009-04-16 06:28:31

On Wednesday, Iranian scientists announced that they have cloned a goat and plan to conduct future experiments in search of stroke treatments.

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2009-03-04 10:54:33

A controversial Italian fertility specialist said on Wednesday that he has successfully created three human babies through the process of cloning.

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2008-12-27 03:15:00

Brigitte Boisselier breaks 5-year silence, offers to ease cloning costs for Clonaid clients willing to go public


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