British Parliament panel calls for allowing human-hybrid embryos

07/31/2007 | Financial Times (free content)

A committee of the British Parliament called for allowing creation of human-animal hybrid embryos for research and registering donor conception on a child's birth certificate. The panel's report urged licensed research on any type of interspecies hybrid embryo but said such embryos shouldn't be allowed to develop beyond 14 days and shouldn't be implanted into a womb.

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