Swedish health minister favours therapeutic cloning
This article was originally published in Clinica
The future for Sweden's tissue companies looks ever more optimistic as health minister Lars Engqvist last week announced that, not only did the government back stem cell research, but it was also prepared to offer its support for therapeutic cloning. But this was a matter that had to be properly explored by both the science council and the state council for medical ethics, he said.
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