German council recommends easing strict stem cell laws

07/16/2007 | Reuters

Germany's National Ethics Council recommends the country's strict stem cell research laws be eased in the name of science, which could improve chances Parliament will rewrite the laws. Germany bans producing any embryonic stem cells, even from pre-existing lines.

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