Stem Cell Research Legislaton
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Stem Cell Research Legislaton


  • Undergraduate
  • 1930

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Stem cells are cells that have not yet specialized and renew themselves through cell division, for long periods. They can be induced in certain experimental or physiologic conditions to be cells that perform special functions like brain cells, red blood cells or muscle cells. Stem cell research in US has faced mixed reactions from the citizens and leaders. Federal law restricts funding and stems cells use through budget bill amendments (Vestal and Writer 2008). In 2001, US president George Bush signed a policy that limited the number of lines of stem cells for research use. By mid 2000s, many states like New Jersey allowed human cloning for for developing and harvesting stem cells from humans. However, others like Indiana and Michigan amended laws that prohibited human embryo creation or

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