The bioethics of iPS cell-based drug discovery.
Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 2011 May; 89(5): 646-7
The ability to generate human induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells presents exciting prospects for drug discovery and the development of safer, more effective drugs. Given the enormous potential for iPS cell-based drug development, what ethical issues could possibly cloud this new biomedical horizon?
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