Antonio Regalado

MIT Technology Review

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Antonio Regalado is senior editor for biomedicine for the MIT Technology Review..

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Medical researchers are a step closer to fulfilling the promise of preventing disease — not just for living individuals, but for generations to come.

How far are we from genetically-modified people?

Medical researchers are a step closer to fulfilling the promise of preventing disease — not just for living individuals, but for generations to come.

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Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

The quest for synthetic humans

Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

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Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

The Quest for Synthetic Humans

Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

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