Korean women rush to donate eggs after research pioneer resigns

December 2005
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);12/3/2005, Vol. 331 Issue 7528, p1291
Academic Journal
The article reports on the resignation of research Hwang Woo-suk as chairman of the recently formed World Stem Cell Hub. The author reviews how Hwang resigned after admitting that the eggs he used in his laboratory's research came from two junior researchers in his team and from paid donors. Recent comments made by Hwang regarding his resignation are included.


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