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One of the disadvantages of theraputic cloning is that the vast majority of fertilized eggs do not develop. Why is this so? Sorry this is my last question for the night.

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  1. I'm not sure of the biology behind this -- but check this site.

    http://www.dynamist.com/articles-speeches/opeds/cloning.html

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