Human cloning

Human cloning

 
History of human cloning
 
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Human cloning discussion
 
jondabomb
Scientists did not seriously consider human cloning until the 1960s. Geneticist Joshua Lederberg was one of its first advocates.
           
 
morri
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Fascination with human cloning grew in the popular culture in the 1970s.
           
 
giotto22
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James Watson published an essay on the possible perils and benefits of human cloning in 1971.
           
 
Explorer72
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Yup. That's why Ira Levin's novel The Boys from Brazil was so popular.
           
 
movie1582
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Yeah totally agree with you but i can't understand why scientist want to create a clone of a human?