Wednesday, June 22, 2005
National Public Radio's Morning Edition ran a story this morning concerning some new and potentially troubling developments in human embryonic stem cells. The story summary states,
Scientists have uncovered problems that may limit the usefulness of human embryonic stem cells. After several months of growing in a lab, the cells exhibit genetic abnormalities. Scientists will have to address that issue before stem cells can be used to treat disease.
For the full story, click here. [bm]