The recent appearance of Dolly, the clone of an adult sheep created by a Scottish embryologist, has sparked debates on scientific, religious, and political fronts. Discussions have often centered on the moral and ethical possibilities and pitfalls that exist when scientists are able to create exact genetic copies of large mammals—perhaps including humans.
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