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February 02, 2010
Product Description The first authoritative yet accessible guide to thiscontroversial topicStem Cell Research For Dummies offers a balanced,plain-English look at this politically charged topic, cutting awaythe hype and presenting the facts clearly for you, free fromdebate. It explains what stem cells are and what they do, thelegalities of harvesting them and using them in research, thelatest research findings from the U.S. and abroad, and theprospects for medical stem cell therapies in the short and longterm.Explains the differences between adult stem cells andembryonic/umbilical cord stem cellsProvides both sides of the political debate and the pros andcons of each side's opinionsIncludes medical success stories using stem cell therapy andits promise for the futureComprehensive and unbiased, Stem Cell Research ForDummies is the only guide you need to understand this volatileissue.
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