Destroying research embryos within 14 days limits chance of medical breakthroughs

The Conversation, 30 January 2017
Author: Patrick Foong
“Primarily due to moral considerations, stem-cell scientists have to work within many limitations placed on their research. One of these is the 14-day rule that outlaws research on pure human embryos over two weeks old. It is encoded in laws in at least 12 countries, including the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand.”
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