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Web Resources
National Bioethics Advisory Commission
How to Clone a Sheep
Roslin Institute Online
Cloning Report

Overview
In 1997, researchers at Scotland's Roslin Institute sparked international debate when they announced the cloning of a sheep named Dolly. The event brought humankind to another crossroads of scientific research and ethical concerns. This special report uses background stories and opinion pieces to review the latest developments in cloning research and to present the breadth of legal and ethical arguments.
Scottish Scientists Clone Adult Sheep (The Washington Post, 02/24/97)



In The News
1 Embryo, 4 Clones?: Feat Involving Monkey Could Aid Disease Research, Scientists Say (The Washington Post, Jan. 14, 2000)

Cloning With Not-So-Fresh Cells (The Washington Post, Jan. 10, 2000)

In a First, Male Mouse Is Cloned From the Tip of an Adult's Tail (The Washington Post, June 1, 1999)

Cloning Shows Serious Health Risks: Need for Genetic Parents (The Washington Post, May 10, 1999)

A Clone's Fleecing Fame (The Washington Post, March 26, 1999)


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