Cloning debate both narrower and wider

WASHINGTON - The national debate over cloning, at least as it is reflected in public testimony and in discussions among members of the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC) and lawmakers in Congress, seems to be leading to a consensus on at least one fundamental issue - that scientific advances based on cloning should not be hindered when they do not violate commonly held moral and ethical standards

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