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Hwang Woo-Suk is continuing his comeback. According to Nature News, Hwang has applied for a new license to work with human embryonic stem cells. The Korean science ministry is scheduled to decide on that license by this coming April. Hwang is still on trial for fraud, embezzlement, and for breaches of bioethics laws.

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