HARVEST FOR THE WORLD….

In 1997 (allegedly), rhesus positive blood was being cloned successfully, but certain ‘difficulties’ had been encountered in all attempts to reproduce the rhesus negative type.       There is little information online, or elsewhere for that matter, that indicates that rhesus negative blood has ever been successfully cloned, however, I did find a Daily Mail article from 2010 which references “pharming” or genetically engineered rhesus negative blood being manufactured using umbilical cord cells of rhesus negative babies.  Is blood ‘pharming’ as […]

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