Stem Cells Before the Storm

Goeglein, Timothy S.
June 2012
Human Life Review;Summer2012, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p110
The article offers the author's insights on former U.S. President George W. Bush' decision to authorize U.S. federal funds to be used for human embryonic stem-cell lines as he stated on his first national speech on August 9, 2001. The author explains how the entire stem-cell policy did something important for him professionally. He adds that the policy has recognized the innate relationship between the necessity of medical research and the absolute principle of human dignity.


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