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Harvard's stem cell care

June 8, 2006

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HARVARD researchers are proceeding very deliberately on one of the great scientific quests of the new century. Whether they succeed or fail in creating cloned embryonic stem cells, they are acting in ways to protect people essential to their experiments -- the women who will be donating their eggs. (Full article: 436 words)

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