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Camporesi S, Boniolo G. Fearing a non-existing minotaur? The ethical challenges of research on cytoplasmic hybrid embryos. J Med Ethics 2008;34:821–5. The last paragraph on page 824 was a post-acceptance addition to the paper by the author and as such should have been headed “Note added in proof”.
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