The "Hinxton Group" Considers Transnational Stem Cell Research

Savulescu, Julian; Saunders, Rhodri
May 2006
Hastings Center Report;May/Jun2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p49
Academic Journal
Focuses on the normative principles on international collaboration in embryonic stem cell research that are discussed at a convention in Hinxton, Cambridge. Information regarding stem cell research that must be provided by scientists to journal editors; Controversy surrounding the stem cell research.


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