First Human Clone? A company with ties to a religious group that believes space aliens brought life to Earth announces the birth of the first human clone. But Clonaid offers no proof that the 7-pound baby girl is a genetic copy of her 31-year-old mother. Most scientists are skeptical. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and NPR's Joe Palca.
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Group Claims First Human Clone

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Group Claims First Human Clone

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A company with ties to a religious group that believes space aliens brought life to Earth announces the birth of the first human clone. But Clonaid offers no proof that the 7-pound baby girl is a genetic copy of her 31-year-old mother. Most scientists are skeptical. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and NPR's Joe Palca.