stem cells storm D.C

Sinha, Gunjan
January 2002
Popular Science;Jan2002, Vol. 260 Issue 1, p58
Focuses on the ethical issues about the use of stem cells in medical research in the United States. Significant research on stem cells; Opposition on the technology; Government policy on the issues.


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