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Britain moves to supply stem cells for research

New facility is seen as global repository

By Sarah Liebowitz
Globe Correspondent / May 20, 2004

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Britain opened the world's first stem cell bank yesterday, the centerpiece of an effort to place the United Kingdom at the center of a promising but controversial area of biological research. (Full Article: 621 Words)

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