Report: FDA may lift hold on Geron's stem cell trial by early 2009

10/20/2008 | ScientificAmerican.com

The FDA may lift its hold on Geron's study involving the use of embryonic stem cells in treating spinal cord damage by early 2009, according to a report from The Scientist. The agency placed the trial on hold in May, saying it needed to work out how to regulate therapies based on stem cells.

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