LA Times profiles biotech firm in research partnership with Vatican
Catholic World News - October 20, 2011
The Los Angeles Times profiles NeoStem, the California biotech-research company that has entered into a business partnership with the Vatican in its exploration of stem cells taken from adult tissue.
In a rare departure from the media’s usual enthusiastic support for embryonic stem-cell research, the Times notes that the NeoStem work, which involves adult stem-cell sources, is “one of the most promising areas of medical research.”
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