The Swedish Research Council's guidelines for research -- ethical review of human stem-cell research
Vetenskapsradet -- the Swedish Research Council
Sweden: Vetenskapsradet -- the Swedish Research Council, 2001 December 4; 16 p. [Online]. Available: http:www.vr.se/medicin/index.asp?id=44&dok_id=1014 [12 June 2002]
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