Labs Growing New Human-Animal Hybrids
To cure the widest range of illnesses, which are growing big with each passing day since past three years, UK scientists have been secretly researching to find some cure and finally the researchers have succeeded in creating more than 150 human-animal hybrid embryos in British laboratories.
A committee of scientists while showing concern for the growing number of illnesses warned authorities of a nightmare Planet of the Apes scenario where no work on human-animal creations could be cited. And a day after the warnings occurred, the revelation came out.
But not everyone supports the revelation as last night a campaigner raised his voice against the revelation by saying that these are excesses of medical research and thinking same is really disgusting that the scientists were "dabbling in the grotesque".
According to the figures released by the Daily Mail, it was revealed that total 155 admixed embryos have been created by the researchers since the introduction of the 2008 Human Fertilisation Embryology Act, which contains both human as well as animal genetic material.
Undoubtedly, the action has further legalized the creation of a variety of hybrids and it is post legalization that an animal egg has been fertilized by a human sperm.
Regarding the situation, Crossbench Peer Lord Alton following a Parliamentary question said last night that "I argued in Parliament against the creation of human-animal hybrids as a matter of principle. None of the scientists who appeared before us could give us any justification in terms of treatment.”
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