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Biologist who cloned Dolly the sheep believes therapeutic cloning will gain acceptance

Madison, Wis. - Ian Wilmut doesn't shy away from the term cloning, even with the controversial ethical connotations that come with it, but he believes in time the technique he developed to create Dolly the sheep will gain more public acceptance in the development of human therapies, just as human embryonic stem cell research has.

Wilmut, a biologist with the

Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/18/07


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