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- The future may not exactly rest in the figurative hands of stem cells, but David Magnus, Ph.D., director at Stanford Center of Biomedical Ethics and professor of medicine and biomedical ethics, pediatrics at Stanford University, acknowledges that the stakes are high. “There are tremendous expectations of stem cell research ...
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