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Israeli scientists were working on a technique for harvesting eggs from aborted human fetuses, which, if used to create a pregnancy, would turn the donor fetus into an “unborn” mother. “I am fully aware of the controversy about this,” said Tal Biron-Shental, the lead researcher, when her study was announced, “but probably, in some places, it will be ethically acceptable.”

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Israeli scientists were working on a technique for harvesting eggs from aborted human fetuses, which, if used to create a pregnancy, would turn the donor fetus into an “unborn” mother. “I am fully aware of the controversy about this,” said Tal Biron-Shental, the lead researcher, when her study was announced, “but probably, in some places, it will be ethically acceptable.”

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