Patents, Royalties, and Publicly Funded Stem Cell Research

Debaets, Amy Michelle
October 2005
Ethics & Medicine: An International Journal of Bioethics;Fall2005, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p188
Academic Journal
The article offers views on the controversy over the public funding of human embryonic stem cell research. It provides information on the state of the embryonic stem cell research in California and New Jersey. Potential of human embryonic stem cell lines in the U.S. is discussed. It suggests the need to standardize the regulations regarding the patenting of genes and forms of human life.


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