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The cloning controversy

Saranya Nandakumar

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2006.035


Abstract

Stem cell research has captured the imagination of many, including the scientific and medical community. But the medical community received a rude wake-up call early this year when a well-known researcher publicly confessed to deception. While the core question relates to honesty and integrity, it is equally necessary to examine the system that made such deception possible.

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