Cloning: What We've Learned

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The first equine clones were born in 2003, and now advertisements for cloning can be found in equine magazines, and the AQHA has considered registering cloned foals. There are more than 40 live cloned horses. What have we learned and what concerns do we have?

Foal Health Cloned foals do not seem to suffer the same abnormalities seen in cloned calves and

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