Saturday, March 06, 2010

Maryland proposal to fund adult stem cell research corrects focus on wrong research

A proposed Maryland bill that would fund adult stem cell research for sickle cell disease has won the backing of the Maryland Catholic Conference. One official with the conference says success in unfunded adult stem cell efforts suggests that a focus on embryonic stem cells has led to “funding the wrong research.”
Read the rest of the CNA article here

1 comment:

Catherine James said...

Stem cells are the key to future medical breakthroughs. Their research will ensure cure for many dreaded diseases in the world. I hope the research will go on for the betterment of community.