The Cloning Debate Will Congress try again to ban human cloning? The debate is sure to escalate after Friday's claim that a newborn girl is the first human clone -- and more are on the way. There's no proof of the claim yet. And opponents and supporters of cloning are still battling over terminology. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.
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Framing the Cloning Debate: A War of Words

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Framing the Cloning Debate: A War of Words

Framing the Cloning Debate: A War of Words

Framing the Cloning Debate: A War of Words

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Will Congress try again to ban human cloning? The debate is sure to escalate after Friday's claim that a newborn girl is the first human clone — and more are on the way. There's no proof of the claim yet. And opponents and supporters of cloning are still battling over terminology. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.

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