May 15, '07
countries with a permissive or flexible policy
. "research involving human embryos act 2002." "prohibition of human cloning for reproduction and the regulation of human embryo research amendment bill 2006."
. service public federal sante publique, securite de la chaine alimentaire et environnement. 11 mai 2003. loi relative à la recherche sur les embryons in vitro
. p. 29287.
. projeto de lei pl-2401/2003,
lei de biossegurança, 2005.
. health canada online: research involving the in vitro embryo
. ministry of science of technology and ministry of health, "guidelines for research on human embryonic stem cells," january 2004. authorized translation
, bioethics network in china. ("china issues document to ban human cloning"
people's daily online)
. draft bill on research on human embryonic stem cells
. [legislation was approved by the czech parliament and was signed into law by president vaclav klaus, may 12, 2006].
. opinion on allocation of eu-fp6 funding on embryonal stem cells
, the national advisory board on health care ethics - etene, 2003.
: projet de loi.
modifié par le sénat en deuxième lecture relatif à la bioéthique. adopté avec modifications par l'assemblée nationale. titre v: recherche sur l'embryon et les cellules embryonnaire. délibéré en séance publique, à paris, le 8 juin 2004. under the law french researchers may derive stem cells from donated embryos beginning in the spring of 2005. agence de la biomédecine
: research on human embryos and embryonic stem cells.
updated june 28, 2006.
Last edit by HM2VikingRN on May 15, '07
May 23, '07
This was umbilical stem cell. And it is being championed in the attached article. And you are correct in that the US cannot be leaders in everything. It is just sad that there are areas that we won't even try.
Last edit by sanctuary on May 23, '07
: Reason: spelling of course