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Illegal Beings: Human Clones

Re: Cloning

SC ( 05/22/2005, 00:59:09 )

Dolly died of a lung disease common among sheep. There was no proof of any "problem" (if that's what pb stands for) with Dolly that was caused by her being a clone. Non-cloned animals can have shorter than normal telomeres too.As I said before, even if what you've said were true, why would it matter now? There are cloned livestock being produced now with longer than normal telomeres, not that it seems to make any difference. So why do you keep bringing up the same irrelevant point over and over?

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