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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Rick Weiss on Stem Cell Research

  • Aired: 01/25/2008
  • 09:08
  • Rating: NR
In an extended conversation, Washington Post science writer Rick Weiss discusses the practical and ethical questions raised by recent embryonic stem cell research, including efforts in Britain to clone human embryos using eggs from other species. He talks about the limits of such experimentation, the buying and selling of DNA, and new efforts in the U.S. to make the first synthetic life form.
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