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'Science' Editor Discusses Cloning Scandal

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This spring, South Korean scientists led by Hwang Woo Suk published a paper in the journal Science that showed they had used cloning techniques to create 11 embryonic stem cell lines tailored to match individual human donors. The paper was later found be fraudulent. The editor-in-chief of Science magazine talks about how the scandal has affected the journal.

Donald Kennedy, editor-in-chief, Science

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