Part Trojan sheep and part wolf in sheep's clothing, Dolly introduced
the specter of human cloning to our collective consciousness in 1997. The
famous sheep died last year and was immortalized in high-profile obituaries.1 We surmised that Dolly the clone had been put out
of her misery at a young age because of serious medical problems precipitated
by epigenetic phenomena common in cloned mammals.2
Glowinski AL. Clone Psychology. JAMA. 2004;292(12):1497–1498. doi:10.1001/jama.292.12.1497-b
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