South Korea relaxes limits on stem cell research

Smart Brief | 2009-04-30

South Korea's national committee on bioethics relaxed its restrictions on stem cell research as it approved a study that will use aborted human eggs to find cures for serious diseases. The committee approved the study with four conditions, which include securing a written consent from egg donors and the creation of an internal watchdog group to monitor for instances of abuse.

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