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Stem Cell Information

Stem Cell Information An excellent introduction to stem cells, this site examines the unique properties of stem cells, differences between embryonic and adult stem cells, and FAQs. The Info Center provides answers to questions like "What Are Stem Cells?" Students can also find information
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Stem Cell Information


An excellent introduction to stem cells, this site examines the unique properties of stem cells, differences between embryonic and adult stem cells, and FAQs. The Info Center provides answers to questions like "What Are Stem Cells?" Students can also find information on Federal Policy and pending legislation concerning stem cell policy.

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