Stem cell research

Williams, Armstrong
July 2001
New York Amsterdam News;7/12/2001-7/18/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 28, p8
Focuses on controversy concerning the stem cell research in the United States. Support of president Bill Clinton on the research initiative; Nature and advantages of stem cell research; Appeal from the anti-abortion advocates and pro-medical development on the research program.


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