Two University of South Florida stem cell researchers propose creating an independent national “Stem Cell Research Ethics Consortium” to provide better guidance on stem cell issues for regulatory agencies, law makers and policy makers. Their recommendation is timely, and came before the recent ruling by a U.S. judge that halted expansion of federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. The ruling reversed the attempt to overturn the standing moratorium on federal funding for such research and subsequent appeals.
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