Three Women Pregnant With Cloned Babies

E. Sinderson elias@cse.ucsc.edu
Wed, 24 Apr 2002 14:41:53 -0700


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For organ (bone marrow, etc) transplants, of course. I shouldn't think 
there would be much, if any, worry of the tissue being rejected...
Gads, what has the world come to...?

E

Eugen Leitl wrote:

>Rather unethical, as long as the procedure is not debugged, yes. When it
>is debugged, this is about as problematic as identical twins. (Which, of
>course, asks for what is the purpose of making artifical identical twins.  
>Especially if you can reliably knock out higher brain functions in the
>clone).
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For organ (bone marrow, etc) transplants, of course. I shouldn't think there
would be much, if any, worry of the tissue being rejected...
Gads, what has the world come to...?

E

Eugen Leitl wrote:
Rather unethical, as long as the procedure is not debugged, yes. When it
is debugged, this is about as problematic as identical twins. (Which, of
course, asks for what is the purpose of making artifical identical twins.
Especially if you can reliably knock out higher brain functions in the
clone).

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