Irish university allows use of human embryonic stem cells

Administrative officials of University College Cork have voted in favor of allowing embryonic stem cell research, making it the first academic institution in Ireland to do so. Researchers who will carry out the projects are expected to comply with guidelines set by the University Research Ethics Board, and are permitted to use human embryonic stem cell lines only from approved sources, a UCC spokeswoman said.

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