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The Stem Cell Debate?

Public discussion: Could stem cells be a “wonder cure?” What impact could stem cell research and therapies have on our society?

A public discussion at which experts will discuss the potential uses of stem cells, the possible medical concerns, the ethics surrounding in stem cell research and the possible impact that stem cell research could have on our society. Speakers include Prof Sir Martin Evans - the first person to discover embryonic stem cells.
The event is free, but you need to register (Claudine Anderson - AndersonCN@cardiff.ac.uk or 02920 475475 extn 253)


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Date and Time:

18 October 2006 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



Stuart St
Cardiff Bay
CF10 5BW
029 2047 5475
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Wales Gene Park
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