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Banning Federal Funding for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Would Derail Related Work


June 9, 2011

image of a researcher looking through a microscope Banning federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research would have "disastrous consequences" on the study of a promising and increasingly popular new stem cell type that is not derived from human embryos, according to a University of Michigan researcher and his colleagues. Full Story

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