Cloning: US House of Representatives wants ban on all forms
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US House voted to ban all forms of human cloning last week by a margin of three two in a 241:155 outcome. A number of Democrats joined with Republicans to approve the administration-backed bill that is virtually the same as the bill that passed the House in 2001.
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