U.K. study backs human-animal embryos for science

06/16/2007 | Reuters

The report says making hybrid embryos is important for science and medicine but stresses that the embryos should never be implanted in a woman or an animal. The Academy of Medical Sciences says that if good laboratory practice is adhered to, research using cytoplasmic hybrids and other interspecies embryos has no greater safety risks than regular cell-culture research.

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