Controversial plans to grow human organs inside ANIMALS set to go ahead in Japan as officials claim benefits outweigh the risks

Government officials in the Asian country are expected to overturn their current ban on the practice of growing organs in animals by the autumn, according to local reports (stock) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5621939/Controversial-plans-grow-human-organs-inside-ANIMALS-set-ahead-autumn-Japan.html#ixzz5D24N6pdR

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Woolly mammoths could come back to life and SAVE the Arctic: Harvard cloning scientist is using DNA from a 42,000-year old carcass to see the Ice Age species rise from the dead

The Harvard University scientists plan to use CRISPR gene technology to splice the preserved DNA of a frozen mammoth carcass with the DNA of an Asian elephant http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5622395/Woolly-mammoths-come-life-SAVE-Arctic-according-Harvard-cloning-scientist.html#ixzz5CvzJgcjl

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