It appears stem cell researchers had a few more cards up their lab-coat sleeves than previously thought. A recent article in Time magazine showcased a “revolution” in genetic manipulation, one that could put an end to many of the moral debates that have shackled scientists since George W. Bush placed a ban on stem cell research in 2001.
Stem cell research advances will require acceptance
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