George Daley, MD, PhD, Talks About the Clinical Promise of Stem Cell Research

Friedrich, M. J.
February 2005
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;2/16/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7, p787
Academic Journal
Focuses on comments by biologist George Daley on stem cell research. Role of Daley as director of the Stem Cell/Developmental Biology Research Program at Children's Hospital in Boston; Details of Daley's career history in biology research; Focus of Daley's work on blood development and hematopoietic stem cells; Impact of government policy on Daley's research on stem cells; Views of Daley on the ethical issues related to stem cell research.


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