Can Catholic facilities justify the use of embryonic stem cell therapies developed from the destruction of human embryos?
Sujdak Mackiewicz, Birgitta N.
Health Care Ethics USA 2006; 14(2): E3 [Online] Accessed: http://chce.slu.edu/ Partnerships_HCE_Intro.html [2006 November 17]
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