Germany’s National Ethics Council rejects therapeutic cloning</b>


Germany's National Ethics Council announced this week that it was still opposed to cloning embryos for research despite pressure from scientists who are excited by developments in Britain. After a year of study, the 25-member body was split three ways, but a majority felt that the current ban on cloning should continue. However, a door was left open to reconsider the ban on therapeutic cloning. Opposition to reproductive cloning was unanimous.


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