A major foreign breakthrough highlights the limits placed on U.S. stem-cell researchers
By Helen Pearson
Posted 01.01.2004 at 3:00 am 0 Comments
American stem-cell researchers have been warning for years that their work is being stifled by restrictions while scientists abroad forge ahead. In 2004 that warning hit home when a breakthrough emerged from South Korea.
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