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How Wisconsin Can Maintain Its Lead in Stem Cell Research

MADISON South Korea is a nation deeply imbued with Confucian values, such as the belief that human bodies are inherited from ancestors and should never be tampered with. So there was understandable culture clash in Seoul last week when South Korean researchers announced they had become the first to clone a mature, human embryo and then collect from it master stem cells in a process that may some......

Full article >>> overreaching programs are tarred as rogues for moving too quickly or too brashly, the Wisconsin stem cell program will remain No. 1 on the quality list.

Stem cell research has raised hopes for treating Alzheimers and Parkinsons disease, diabetes, heart disease and more. At least 30 faculty at the UW-Madison conduct stem cell research stem cells and another 120 researchers and staff assis......

Full article >>> n esteemed position in the stem cell research community. And if researchers here are the first to discover a treatment or cure, that first will be the only one that truly counts.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/16/04


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