Science on the Edge - Stem Cells by Jenny Tesar

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One day in the future, a patient with a life-threatening disease may receive a cure that causes disease-affected cells to be replaced by healthy, young cells. This is one of the promises of stem cell research. But is stem cell research ethical? And does it cross over the moral boundaries that determine where life begins?
 

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Published June 19, 2003 by Blackbirch Press. 48 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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