Politics of Stem Cell Research


Julie Rovner NPR Health Policy Reporter

Bill Saunders Senior Fellow for Human Life Studies, at the Family Research Council

Orrin Hatch Republican Senator from Utah

Mort Kondracke Executive Editor, Roll Call newspaper

From the growing of human organs to curing disease, the human stem cell may be the doorway to medical miracles. But the best stem cells come from destroyed human embryos. Is stem sell research ethical? On the next Talk of the Nation, guest host Mara Liasson talks about the politics of stem cell research.



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