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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 20 issue 2

Stem Cells and Immortal Souls

Peter Singer


OP-ED Stem Cells and Immortal Souls Peter Singer When a human embryo consists of not more than 64 cells, its cells are, like a young dog, able to learn new tricks. If injected into a diseased kidney, they take on many of the properties of ordinary kidney cells, and may...

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