Stem cell companies report some progress, much hype

June 2009
Medical Device Daily;6/2/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 104, p1
The article discusses the highlights of the BIO International Convention held in 2009. The convention focused on the future of stem cell research following the decision of U.S. President Barack Obama to lift the ban on stem cell research. Various stem cell companies have raised their concerns over the fate of stem cell research. The issues tackled at the convention are highlighted including the implications of stem cell policy reform and stem cell product development.


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