When will members of the establishment admit to the public that stem cells derived from cloned
embryos are likely to cause cancer or other rumours in the patient?
Until recently, groups promoting research cloning, such as the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), supported state and federal bills that prohibit implanting a cloned
embryo in a womb.
2001 - Advanced Cell Technology, Worcester, MA, announces it has produced a six-cell cloned
human embryo, in research aimed at harvesting stem cells.
PIGLETS: Five cloned
pigs--named Millie, Christa, Alexis, Carrel, and Dotcom--were born on March 5, 2000.
The major debate centers on whether to ban all human cloning, as the House bill does, or to allow human embryos to be cloned
for research or medical use (therapeutic cloning).
Weissman that would produce cloned
human embryos for stem-cell experimentation.
How simple would it be to quietly slip a cloned
embryo into a woman's womb?
Because these two final phases test the entire application, a fully cloned
database is required in some cases to ensure a representation of the final operating environment, especially for load testing.
A: Animal cloning has been the subject of scientific experiments for years, but received little attention until the birth of the first cloned
mammal in 1997.
In order to investigate social representations in the media, Globe and Mail articles about cloning were coded and analysed from 1997, when Dolly was cloned
, through to 2001.
Britain's first cloned
dog, a tiny dachshund pup weighing just over one pound, was born in Seoul, South Korea, after Channel 4 ran a competition offering the winner the procedure free of charge.
EURO MPs have demanded immediate safeguards against cloned
meat after the European Commission said imports could continue pending more research.