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Stem Cell Research in the Greater Middle East: the Importance of Establishing Policy and Ethics Interoperability to Foster International Collaborations

Kirstin R.W. Matthews

Stem Cell Research in the Greater Middle East: the Importance of Establishing Policy and Ethics Interoperability to Foster International Collaborations.

This study assesses the state of stem cell research in the Greater Middle East, reports on the policy and ethical considerations facing the region, and determines the impact of international research collaborations in this area. Published in May 2010 by Stem Cell Reviews and Reports.

By Kirstin R.W. Matthews, Ph.D., science and technology policy fellow; and Jesse Flynn, graduate student, MD Anderson Cancer Center and graduate student intern, Science and Technology Policy Program, Baker Institute