Sweden pushes ahead with stem cell research
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Swedish government yesterday decided to press ahead with a proposal to extend the scope for research involving stem cells. The government aims to amend existing legislation, in place since 1991, that only allows research involving fertilised human eggs for the purposes of improving reproductive medicine. There is as yet no move to amend the transplantation law to address the issue of the commercial distribution and handling of human biological material, but this may be considered at a later date, the government says.
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