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Melbourne scientists create first artificial human embryo out of skin cells – Daily Telegraph

Scientists in Melbourne have made a major scientific breakthrough in the field of embryology after creating a human embryo without an egg or sperm, leading to serious…

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Scientists in Melbourne have made a major scientific breakthrough in the field of embryology after creating a human embryo without an egg or sperm, leading to serious ethical questions.
Researchers were able to develop artificial human embryos with ordinary human skin cells which were reprogrammed to imitate the first few days of life.
The discovery was made by accident and researchers from Monash University have taken pains to say they have not created life.
It is hoped the research will pave the…

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