All things considered: human cloning
National Public Radio
Unpublished transcript. Washington, DC: National Public Radio, 1998 January 6; 5 p.
Transcript for January 6, 1998 program. Hosted by Jacki Lyden and Robert Siegel with Joe Palca reporting. Persons interviewed are: Richard Seed, physicist and prospective founder of human clone and John Epogg, developmental biologist, Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine and John Robertson, lawyer and ethicist, University of Texas-Austin.
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