VCU Life Sciences Survey 2007: Widespread Support for Non-embryonic Stem Cell Research But Continued Need for Both Kinds of Research. A national public opinion survey conducted for VCU Life Sciences and the VCU College of Humanities and Sciences by the VCU Center for Public Policy. Implications of New Discovery Creating Stem Cells from Skin.
Virginia Commonwealth University [VCU]
Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2007: 47 p.
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