U.K. scientists revive interspecies cloning debate

03/25/2007 | USA Today

Three teams of U.K. scientists are reviving the controversy over interspecies cloning by proposing to insert human DNA into bovine eggs. The researchers say there is a shortage of human eggs for research, so they want to fuse human DNA with cow eggs from which DNA has been removed and use the resulting stem cells for research into Alzheimer's and similar diseases.

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