CHICAGO, Dec 12 (LSN) – Richard Seed, a Harvard-educated biologist with a background in embryonics, told the Washington Times on Wednesday that he wants to develop human cloning as a commercial venture and has already found two infertile couples who are interested. Missouri Republican Senator Christopher S. Bond, who has put forward a bill to restrict federal funding of human cloning, released a statement saying, “The news about Richard Seed’s efforts to clone humans is very disturbing and makes it critically important that we move forward quickly to ban cloning.” Seed said he has assembled an eight-member team that includes obstetrician-gynecologists, embryologists, psychologists, and lawyers to plan the human cloning clinic.


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