First Human Clone? The scientific community is skeptical, but a company with ties to a religious group says a 31-year-old U.S. woman gave birth Thursday to the first human clone. The baby, named Eve, is said to be the woman's identical twin. NPR’s Joe Palca reports.
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Birth of Human Clone Claimed; Scientists Wary

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Birth of Human Clone Claimed; Scientists Wary

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Birth of Human Clone Claimed; Scientists Wary

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The scientific community is skeptical, but a company with ties to a religious group says a 31-year-old U.S. woman gave birth Thursday to the first human clone. The baby, named Eve, is said to be the woman's identical twin. NPR’s Joe Palca reports.

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