are sanctioned where will we stop? Fortunately they did not attempt to develop their procedures into clinical application.
The Japanese Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology declared in 1983 that cloning of human beings should not be attempted. Although this declaration was made ten years ago, it will be important to continue in the future to proceed with caution and vigilance as long as the possibilities of cloning exist.
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