New sources of stem cells may not require embryos

Researchers are seeking a technical advance to allow conversion of ordinary cells into embryonic stem cells and to sidestep the political and ethical debate over whether creating stem cells requires the creation or destruction of new human embryos, according to The Washington Post. The techniques under study would qualify for federal grant support because embryos are not harmed, according to an NIH official quoted in the story.

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