Tag Archives: regulation

The End

As mentioned in the introduction, our blog’s life span is limited. In fact, it has already come to an end. The EiT course is finished, and therefore also our blog. Through working with the blog we have learned a lot … Continue reading

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Stem cell legislation in South Africa

South Africa is by far the most developed African country, and owes much of its ‘modernity’ and industrialization to the early influx of external European influences. Contributions from indigenous African tribes and migrants from Asia have also played an important … Continue reading

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President George W. Bush’s speech on stem cell research

On August 9 2001 President George W. Bush adressed the nation in a broadcast speech. As mentioned in a previous post, funds were permitted for cell lines that were existing at this date.  

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President Barack Obama’s speech on stem cell research

As mentioned in a previous post, President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order. The purpose of the order was to remove limitations related to use of cell lines, and to expand NIH support for the exploration of human stem cell … Continue reading

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Regulation of stem cell research in South Korea

Stem cell research is one of the more popular fields of biomedical research in South Korea and has been performed for many years with support from the government. Human embryonic stem cells, human adult stem cells and induced pluripotent stem … Continue reading

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