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Judy Norsigian

Risks to women in embryo cloning

By Judy Norsigian
February 25, 2005

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THERE IS a disturbing lack of attention to the risks to women's health posed by the advent of embryo cloning. Media coverage continues to convey the idea that the only ethical debate is over the issue of destroying embryos and that the primary voices in this debate are the antiabortion advocates (who usually oppose all embryo stem cell research) and ... (Full article: 762 words)

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