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UPDATED: 14:25, June 08, 2006
Harvard to begin therapeutic cloning
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A handout photo taken on September 2, 2005 shows graduate student Jacqueline Rosains (not pictured) working with mouse embryonic stem cells and performing nuclear transfer between cells inside the stem cell lab at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Researchers at Harvard University said on June 6, 2006 they have started efforts to clone human embryos as a source of valued stem cells, using only private money to bypass federal restrictions on such work. (Xinhua Photo/Reuters)

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Harvard University Stem Cell Institute members (L-R) George Daley, Doug Melton and Kevin Eggan, speak to the media about the latest announcement, that the Harvard Stem Cell Institute will proceed with SCNT (Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer) in embryonic stem cells in Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 6, 2006. (Xinhua Photo/Reuters)

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