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UN committee opposes human cloning

A United Nations panel has fired yet another salvo into the human-cloning battle, which was punctuated recently by the United Kingdom's decision to allow therapeutic researchers to grow cloned embryos with up to around 200 cells.

In a divided vote, the United Nations' Legal Committee this week recommended that the General Assembly call on all member nations to "prohibit all forms of human......

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"It has no teeth; it's a public relations measure," said Charo, who is also an associate dean at UW Law School. "It was pushed by the president because he wanted very much to demonstrate to supporters that helped to elect him that he was on their side when it came to this particular issue."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 02/21/05


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