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Creation of male/female embryos shows need for federal oversight
[Chicago Final Edition]
Publication:Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Scott Anderson Scott Anderson co
Date:Jul 13, 2003
 Abstract (Document Summary)

Why use male cells in female embryos? This is just simple (if naive) practicality: Y chromosomes can be distinguished with a quick and inexpensive test. If the implanted cells became incorporated into  more...

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