Embryonic stem cell-based therapeutics: balancing scientific progress and bioethics.
Health matrix (Cleveland, Ohio : 1991) 2010; 20(1): 203-17
The breakneck speed of scientific developments in embryonic stem (ES) cell technologies is, commensurately, ushering forth new bioethical debate(s) regarding these cells. A framework of bioethical principles is presented here to guide biomedical scientists and others engaged in improving human welfare through the application of ES cell-based therapies.
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Fink, Donald W., Jr. (2009-06-26)Cell self-renewal and the capacity to differentiate into multiple cell types (pluripotency) are biological attributes casting stem cells as attractive candidates for development of therapies targeting indications that ...