Creating New Stem Cell Lines Not Easy

Congress and President Obama have shown little interest in lifting the ban on using federal funds to create new human embryonic stem cell lines.

But creating new human embryonic stem cell lines is an expensive undertaking and few researchers are doing it.

Sarah Varney reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.

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