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Harvard scientists advance cell work

Technique doesn't destroy embryos

By Gareth Cook and Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / August 22, 2005

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Harvard scientists have created cells similar to human embryonic stem cells without destroying embryos, a major step toward someday possibly defusing the central objection to stem cell research. (Full article: 1167 words)

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