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A Closer Look (Stem Cell Research) #849197

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 08, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at a breakthrough in stem cell research introduced.

(New York: Ned Potter) A compromise solution to the stem cell problem by using amniotic fluid examined; details given about the medical uses for the cells & whether they will work. [July 19, 2006, President BUSH - says it crosses a moral boundary.] [Inst. for Regenerative Medicine Dr. Anthony ATALA†- talks about growing these cells.] [Christian Medical Assn, Dr. David STEVENS†- talks about the potential cure.] [White House press secretary Tony SNOW - talks about the differences in the cells.] [Children's Hospital Boston Dr. George DALEY†- notes not all stem cells have the same versatility.]

Gibson, Charles;
Potter, Ned

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