Guthrie, Stan; Tennant, Agnieszka; Blunt, Sheryl Henderson; James, Rob
October 2005
Christianity Today;Oct2005, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p60
Focuses on the debate over embryonic stem cell (ESC) research in the U.S. Percentage of adult respondents who supported ESC research according to an ABC News/"Washington Post" poll conducted in April 2005; Compromise issued by U.S. President George W. Bush in allowing federal funding for the research; Information on the Stem-Cell Therapeutic and Research Act; Opposition of Massachusetts Republican governor Mitt Romney to the ESC research. INSET: Effective Stem-Cell Treatments for Human Patients.


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