U.K. scientists to examine use of human material in animal experiments

11/10/2009 | Google

Scientists at U.K.'s Academy of Medical Sciences is set to launch a study today to examine the use of animals containing human DNA or organs in research and determine possible limitations of such experiments. "It sounds yucky, but it may be well worth doing if it's going to lead to a cure for something horrible," said Robin Lovell-Badge, a stem cell expert and member of the research team.

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