Human-animal embryo study wins approval
Mixing cells and eggs to be allowed in search for new medical treatments
- The Guardian
- Tuesday September 4 2007
Plans to allow British scientists to create human-animal embryos are expected to be approved tomorrow by the government's fertility regulator. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority published its long-awaited public consultation on the controversial research yesterday, revealing that a majority of people were "at ease" with scientists creating the hybrid embryos.
Here's the link to this bazaar story: The Guardian
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