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04/22/2014

Cloning advance using stem cells from human adult reopens ethical questions

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03/11/2014

One Author of a Startling Stem Cell Study Calls for Its Retraction

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02/21/2014

$5B initiative proposed for stem cell research

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02/03/2014

Stem cell ‘major discovery’ claimed

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09/26/2013

Stem Cells Could Lead to Better Breasts After Reconstructive Surgery

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09/26/2013

Patient’s own cells might be used as treatment for Parkinson’s disease

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09/11/2013

Scientists grow new stem cells in a living mouse

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07/29/2013

Banking stem cells in the hope of a lifesaving cure

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07/10/2013

Calimmune Initiates HIV Stem Cell Study at Two California Research Sites

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07/08/2013

Stem-Cell Heart Repair Questioned

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