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Eye on America (Human Cloning & Disease Treatment) #704788

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Worcester, Massachusetts: Wyatt Andrews) The cloning of human cells in order to treat diseases examined. [Advanced Cell Technology Michael WEST†- says cloning is a "whole new area of medicine"; says he put a human body cell into an egg cell; says people think of cloning people and not of cloning to treat disease.] [Johns Hopkins Dr. John GEARHART†- says the ramifications could be huge; says the cell clumps are not embryos.] [Indiana State University David PRENTICE†- says the clones are human embryos; asks if the clones are to be people or property.]

Andrews, Wyatt;
Roberts, John

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