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Stem-cell controversies slow progress

While the University of Wisconsin-Madison continues to make stem-cell advances, such as the two proof-of-concept cell cultures announced over the weekend, things aren't going so well elsewhere in the world:

Korean scandal

Hwang Woo-suk, a South Korean stem-cell researcher, fell from grace in just a few weeks as acc......

Full article >>> n in state bonds from being sold. $39 million in grants have been awarded, but the money is yet to come.

Fueled in part by the South Korean scandal, Californian legislators are debating stricter controls on stem-cell research, including conflict-of-interest rules and protections for egg donors.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 01/02/06


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