Human stem cell cloning: ‘Holy Grail’ or techno-fantasy?

The following is an excerpt.

There is definitely something special about this idea of “therapeutic cloning,” something that has a religious feel to it. We are told that there will be great medical benefits and that the risks that there will be cloned babies are small, but in truth it’s the other way round.

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