Monday, December 28, 2015

That confirms the tech works

"A grief-stricken British couple whose boxer died in June 2015 successfully cloned their dead dog after taking its DNA to a commercial dog-cloning service.
Laura Jacques, 29, and Richard Remde, 43, paid US$100,000 (NZ$146,000) to enlist the services of Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in South Korea, reports the Guardian.
A boxer puppy was delivered by a surrogate dog on Boxing Day following a successful procedure..."

What interests me is that the tech is obviously there.

So who is cloning people behind closed doors. Or parts of people.

Watch as the rich and famous start having extraordinarily long lives. As many do now, accessing the medtech the rif-raf are not allowed to know of...

1 comment:

paul scott said...

Wow. Well we certainly know cloning has gone quiet . Brings up the value of stem cells subject you refer to in the placenta case.