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Frankenstein’s Cat (Scientific American / Farrar, Straus & Giroux), Emily Anthes Anthes speaks of her fascinating research on genetically modified animals... Goats or cows are the main animals used, and scientists can actually put genes into these animals that allow them to make human medicine in their milk. So you then take milk of, say, a genetically modified goat, and you process the milk and suddenly you get some valuable human protein that can be used to treat all sorts of diseases.”

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Circus Performers, Polish Poster by Wasilewski Mieczyslaw, 1982

Circus Performers, Wasilewski Mieczyslaw, Polish Poster