LONDON, Apr 26 ( – England’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority is seriously considering an application by Paul Rainsbury who is demanding a license to create a human clone.  Rainsbury plans to split an embryo to create twins and freeze one of the twins so that in case the child who is born dies scientists will be able to use the “back-up” embryo thus “recreating” the child.

Source: The Sunday Times


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