Doctor’s claim of first human clones
Are cloned babies a thing of the near future?
A maverick fertility doctor claims to have cloned 14 human embryos and implanted them into the wombs of four volunteers.
American doctor Panayiotis Zavos, originally from Cyprus, was filmed carrying out the procedure by an independent documentary maker in asecret laboratoryin the Middle East. If the film is authentic, Zavos may have broken thegreatest taboo in science.
Cloning human embryosisillegalin Britain and most countries.
Dr Zavos said the women, including at least one from Britain, were genuinely hoping to becomepregnantwith acloned child, but the experiment did not work.
However, he says his attempt was the first chapter in a serious attempt to produce ababy cloned from the skin cells of its parent.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph he said: ‘I think with better subjects, we will get some to carry apregnancy. There is absolutely no doubt about it. Thecloned childis coming. There is absolutely no way that it will not happen.
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