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New studies on embryonic stem cells have reawakened concerns they may be used toward human reproductive cloning. [© JRB - Fotolia.com]
Four studies published in recent weeks are giving researchers new hope that key hurdles hobbling stem cell research can finally be overcome—while renewing fears ...
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