More Work for Stem Cell Scientists, More Gagging for the Rest of Us | GenomeWeb

In the New York Times, Andrew Pollack has a story on the long road ahead now that researchers have figured out how to make embryonic-looking stem cells out of adult cells. "Scientists still face the challenge of taking that abundant raw material and turning it into useful medical treatments, like replacement tissue for damaged hearts and brains," he writes.

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