Cloning and consensus: Bill C-6

March 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/30/2004, Vol. 170 Issue 7, p1069
Academic Journal
Focuses on the passage of Bill C-6 on embryonic stem cells in Canada. Background on embryo stem cell research in Great Britain and in the U.S.; Reasons for a slow progress of the Canadian legislation concerning reproduce technologies; Oppositions to the passage of the bill.


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