Acerca de la Clonación del Embrión Humano. Una Perspectiva Histórica y Bioética

De Landaeta, Isis Nezer
December 2007
Informe Medico;dic2007, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p26
Academic Journal
This work analyze the bioethical worries emerging because the possibility of cloning human beings. It is decribed the experiment done in lambs by Wilmut et al. and its scientific and ethical repercussions about human cloning.


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