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Research Ethics Roundup: Using Human Stem Cells in Animals, Processed Meat and the Increased Risk of Cancer, Additional Testing for Malaria Vaccine

From research on the consumption of processed meat to calls for more pediatric research on a leading Malaria vaccine, this week’s Research Ethics Roundup looks at new findings from international health experts. Should Human Stem Cells Be Used To Make Partly Human Chimeras? The NIH recently held a workshop to assess the ethical implications of […]

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