China clamps down on controversial therapies. The Chinese Ministry of Health has made moves to try to stop the use of unproven and ethically dubious treatments, such as stem-cell therapies and brain ablative surgeries.
Lancet 2009 May 30-June 5; 373(9678): 1834-1835
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