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A new stem cell discovery has reawakened controversy about human cloning — though technical challenges mean scientists are far from being able to create human babies … More »Human Cloning? Stem Cell Advance Reignites Ethics Debate
A new stem cell discovery has reawakened controversy about human cloning — though technical challenges mean scientists are far from being able to create human babies as in Michael Bay's 2005 sci-fi flick "The Island."