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US Study Hails Stem Cells (New York Times)

  June, 27 2001 15:24
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A new report from the National Institutes of Health says research on stem cells derived from both human embryos and adult tissue promises "a dazzling array" of treatments for various diseases, but for some purposes, it says, the embryonic cells are clearly superior.

The confidential study was prepared as part of the Bush administration's review of federal policy on embryonic stem cells. .....

Full story in The New York Times, June 26, 2001.

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