Australian Senate approves restricted therapeutic cloning

11/7/2006 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

The Australian Senate passed and sent to the House for expected passage a bill that would allow therapeutic cloning but only after adding restrictions. The Senate added a ban on using animal eggs in human embryo cloning, to avoid human-animal hybrids, and an amendment imposing new penalties for paying for human eggs, sperm or embryos.

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