U.S. Researchers Clone Monkeys

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U.S. Researchers Clone Monkeys

Using skin cells, scientists at the Oregon National Primate Research Center have cloned rhesus macaque monkeys and harvested stem cells. What do you think?
  • "Before we get all excited, let's remember—cloning is a long and difficult process that will only be available to the wealthiest monkeys."

    Keith Spicolli
    Teacher
  • "I'd better hold my praise until some opinionated monk calls himself a bioethicist and weighs in."

    Martin Nyman
    Financial Planner
  • "Oh great. Now this box full of rare monkeys I've got is worthless."

    Leona Frye
    Cook