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Biotech Firm Wants to Grow Human Embryos for Organ Harvesting

Today, a mouse. Tomorrow a “younger and healthier” human?
August 25th, 2022

An Israeli biotech company has successfully used advanced stem cell technology and artificial wombs in order to grow mouse embryos, which continued to develop for several days.  The company’s website says its mission is to reverse human “declining birth rates and fast aging populations,” and their new technology could one day lead to that.  But what are the ethical considerations?  Who decides where science stops and God-playing begins?

Read More:  New York Post


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