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Stem-cell method preserves embryo

Mass. lab hopes to end standoff

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / August 24, 2006

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Massachusetts scientists announced yesterday that they have created the first human embryonic stem cells using a technique that does not require the destruction of an embryo -- an advance they said could end the bitter political standoff over stem-cell research. (Full article: 1238 words)

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