Scientists Clone Human Embryos

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The cloning of human embryos by South Korean researchers has reignited debate about how to regulate human cloning. No reputable scientist wants to make artificial babies. But, there is heated disagreement about producing the stem cells that might lead to treatments for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, and heart disease. The Catholic Church is among those calling it murder; but others argue it's wrong to prohibit curing the un-curable. As other nations move into a Brave New World, we'll look at the options for the United States.
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