Tuesday, December 29, 2009

NPR Reflects on a Decade of Stem Cell Research

NPR: Reflecting on a Decade of Stem Cell Research, by Joe Palca:

Stem cell Some say they hold the potential for medical miracles. Others claim they are a moral abomination. Either way, human embryonic stem cells captured headlines during the past decade in a way few areas of scientific research have before. . . .

So where does the science of embryonic stem cells stand after a decade of political wrangling? A lot of exciting basic research is being done with embryonic stem cells, says Len Zon, a stem cell researcher at Children's Hospital in Boston. But using stem cells for therapy? . . .


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