Mammalian Cloning and Stem Cell Therapy: Problems and Promise

author: Rudolf Jaenisch, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
published: June 7, 2011,   recorded: June 2003,   views: 3304
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In this talk, leading genetist Rudolf Jaenisch delivers a clear overview of the challenges facing the cloning, dispelling many of the misconceptions about cloning that are pervasive in popular media. The Q&A session with the alumni audience led to animated discussions about the ethics of cloning. Jaenisch has been a leader in expressing the ethical issues connected to cloning and is strongly against the practice of human cloning.

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