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Animal humanisation 'needs regulation'

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A group of scientists has recommended that there should be more control over future research that uses human material, such as genes or cells, to test therapies on animals.

Tom Feilden reports on "ethical" problems with humanising animals.

And Martin Bobrow, professor emeritus of medical genetics at the University of Cambridge, explains the objection to humanising animals.


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