When is a clone not a clone?

January 30, 1998

(Photograph) - When is a clone not a clone? Two-day-old human cells perched on the end of a needle. Yesterday's consultation paper on human cloning suggests that 'cloning technologies' could be practised on such cells until they are 14 days' old if they are left over from unsuccessful fertility treatments.

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