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A fertility scientist in Kentucky claimed to have created viable embryos using cells from dead people and cow eggs, and said that the experiment (which used tissue from an eleven-year-old girl who died in a car crash, a dead eighteen-month-old baby, and a thirty-three-year-old dead man) proved that clones can be made of people after they have died.

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A fertility scientist in Kentucky claimed to have created viable embryos using cells from dead people and cow eggs, and said that the experiment (which used tissue from an eleven-year-old girl who died in a car crash, a dead eighteen-month-old baby, and a thirty-three-year-old dead man) proved that clones can be made of people after they have died.

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