U.K. ministers back medical experts on hybrid embryo bill

The British government has decided not to impose strict restrictions on stem cell research under the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill, which will be heard again today. Medical experts argued that requiring donor consent for using tissue to create human or human-animal "hybrid" embryos would deny scientists the ability to use tissue banks and delay exploration of better treatments for diseases.

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