Impatient Proponents: What's Wrong with the California Stem Cell and Cures Act?

Greenfield, Debra
September 2004
Hastings Center Report;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p32
Academic Journal
Focuses on issues behind the California Stem Cell Research and Cures Act. Amount of money that the initiative seeks to grant for the stem cell research; Information on a web site on stem cell research developed by the proponents of the law; Examples of underlying issues about embryonic stem cell research that were ignored by the content and language of the proposed act.


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