Germany condemns UK stem cell move:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The German government has condemned the UK's legalisation of embryonic stem cell research. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder maintains that cloning embryo cells for research should remain banned in Germany until more is known about what would be achieved with stem cells extracted from adult organs. The UK parliament voted to relax rules to allow embryonic stem cell research in December 2000 (see Clinica No 940, p 4).
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