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Apr 29, 2014

Cloning and Stem Cell Research

Recent stem cell research advances have brought scientists closer to using somatic cell nuclear transfer for the development of cell replacement therapies for humans. These reports are also rekindling the debate over the application of this technology for human reproductive cloning. (For more on this, click here.)

Are you concerned that ongoing work in the stem cell field will eventually lead to the cloning of humans?

Yes
 
  28.5%
No
 
  71.5%

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