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Studies cite new process for stem cells

Teams avoid ethical issues tied to embryos

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / June 7, 2007

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Scientists in Massachusetts and Japan say they have created embryonic stem cells using procedures that might overcome many of the ethical objections to the controversial research, since the process does not destroy embryos. (Full article: 1306 words)

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