Human embryo clones unveiled by CA scientists

Scientists in California made embryo clones of two men, a step toward developing new stem cells for therapeutic purposes. But a number of experts quickly noted that cloned embryos of humans have been made before. The next key advance would be developing new stem cell lines from the clones. "It's only a mater of time before some group succeeds," notes one expert.

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- check out the report in the International Herald Tribune

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