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Human Cloning

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Human Cloning

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Human Cloning

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From member station WBUR in Boston, Rachel Gotbaum reports on the biotechnology company Advanced Cell Technology Inc. The Massachusetts-based company claims to have successfully cloned a human embryo.

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