Stem cell dilemma

Dobson, Patrick
June 2004
National Catholic Reporter;6/18/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 32, p13
Examines the bioethics of embryonic stem cell research in the United States. Anticloning bill; Benefits of stem cell research; Somatic cell nuclear transfer.


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