Harvard Offers Stem-Cell Access

Harvard researchers announce they have derived 17 new lines of human embryonic stem cells, performing the research without federal funds, as mandated by the Bush administration. The scientists propose to give their colleagues free access to the material. NPR's Joe Palca reports.



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