ALLEGED CLONE-CARRYING WOMAN FLEES KOREA BAN A controversial group that claims to have implanted a cloned embryo into a South Korean woman says the “surrogate mother” has been moved out of the country ahead of government moves to ban cloning.   EDUCATION DOES NOT STOP NEEDLE-SHARING Most young injection drug users infected with hepatitis C continue to share needles and other drug paraphernalia, even after being given risk counseling and referred to needle-exchange programs, a new report has found.   WHAT IS PROROGATION?  The Prime Minister recently prorogued Parliament until Sept. 30. Many Canadians responded, “he did what?” It is important to understand this Parliamentary procedure especially its effect upon important pending legislation before the prorogue takes place.  See and excellent summary at


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