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U.S. Considers Testing A Vaccine Against Weaponized Anthrax For Children
A government bioethics commission says yes, but only under certain circumstances.
Chimps are Unnecessary for Most Research and Should Be Used Sparingly, Report Says
Chimpanzees are only necessary as research subjects in a very limited number of cases, according to an expert committee convened … Continued
If I Ate Lab-Grown Human Tissue or Organs, Would I Be Considered a Cannibal?
We realize you’re asking hypothetically. If you’re looking to indulge in the other, other white meat but can’t stand the … Continued
Making Stem Cells from Skin
How scientists may have thwarted the controversy
Genetic Testing: Cheaper, Easier
As the cost of genome sequencing drops, questions about its role in society are becoming more pressing