Doubt Cast on Human Cloning

A group of American researchers has concluded that it may be impossible to clone humans, due to specific characteristics of human cell structure. The same difficulty may apply to all of the higher primates.
Personally, I’d be glad to cross that worry off the list. It isn’t easy to articulate a moral argument against cloning, beyond the fact that it gives me the creeps. But I have no doubt that the world will be a better place if cloning never becomes an option for human reproduction.

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