Stem cell researchers face conflicting laws in Europe

Europe presents scientists interested in stem-cell research a hodgepodge of national ordinances regulating the research, forcing some researchers to decide where they might like to conduct their work. Strongly Catholic countries, including Ireland, Italy and Poland, ban the research while Belgium, Sweden and the U.K. take an almost opposite view, with other countries on the continent falling in between with their policies.

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