France Changes Embryo Research Law | GenomeWeb

France is loosening its restrictions on regulating research that involves human embryos and embryonic stem cells, according to Elisabeth Pain of Science Insider.

The new law, which passed the French National Assembly yesterday, will overturn a policy that banned research involving human embryos and stem cells unless investigators could show that there

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