Panos Zavos, Phd, is a reproductive physiologist who is involved in the  proposed human cloning project that is attracting so much attention worldwide, Lexington, KY, Tuesday, February 27, 2001. Photo by Janet Worne | Staff
Panos Zavos, Phd, is a reproductive physiologist who is involved in the proposed human cloning project that is attracting so much attention worldwide, Lexington, KY, Tuesday, February 27, 2001. Photo by Janet Worne | Staff Herald-Leader
Panos Zavos, Phd, is a reproductive physiologist who is involved in the proposed human cloning project that is attracting so much attention worldwide, Lexington, KY, Tuesday, February 27, 2001. Photo by Janet Worne | Staff Herald-Leader

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