A hard sell for stem cells

August 1999
Nature Neuroscience;Aug99, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p683
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the issues relating to the human stem cell (SC) studies as an area of biomedical research. Source of SC; Concern over the use of SC in human cloning; Arguments in favor of stem cell research; Commencement of clinical trials focused on the use of SC in treating neurological conditions; Political aspect of the decision whether to allow SC research continue.


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