Few branches of science have ever grown as rapidly and generated as much promise for improving the human condition as the field of biomedicine. Over just the past decade, biomedicine has produced such extraordinary scientific breakthroughs as the mapping of the human genome, and the successful isolation and cultivation of human stem cells. And yet no branch of science is so deeply fraught with ethical concern and debate within and outside of government.
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