Defining embryo death would permit important research

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Abstract

An overview on arguments on the research on human stem cells was presented. The lack of federal funds for research meant little scientific attention to embryo loss during natural reproduction. It was concluded that one should try to reach a consensus about what defines embryo death rather than arguing about whether embryos were persons.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalChronicle of Higher Education
Volume49
Issue number36 SEC.2
StatePublished - May 16 2003

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Defining embryo death would permit important research. / Grinnell, Frederick.

In: Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. 49, No. 36 SEC.2, 16.05.2003.

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