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Researchers at a New Jersey fertility clinic are proposing a new way to get human embryonic stem cells — by mixing together embryos that are made in the clinic for infertile couples but that turn out to be so aberrant that they would ordinarily be discarded.
The orignial research is published in Reproductive Biomedicine. News coverage can be found in the New York Times, June 4, 2002.
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