Stem Cell Research

October 2001
Congressional Digest;Oct2001, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p225
Presents an overview of the embryonic stem cell research debate in the United States. Implications of President George W. Bush's decision to fund limited embryonic stem cell research; Status of stem cell research in the country; Arguments for and against stem cell research.


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