This video shows formation of human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived liver bud.
A federal judge issued a ruling to halt human embryonic stem cell research and "preserve the status quo" from before President Obama expanded research guidelines. Judy Woodruff gets perspectives from Dr. Evan Snyder of the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute and…
Ten years after the cracking of the human genetic code, Jeffrey Brown talks to a scientist about advancements and setbacks in using the research to pinpoint the causes of illnesses and craft individualized therapies.
An Obama administration plan released Monday would expand federal funding of stem cell research to older lines of stem cells previously ineligible for such financing. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Columnists Ruth Marcus and Michael Gerson discuss the week's news, including the release of memos detailing CIA interrogation methods and the possibility of the U.S. and Cuba holding new talks.
The National Institutes of Health released new stem cell research guidelines Friday, and the U.S. ship captain taken hostage by Somali pirates returned to American soil.
Last month, President Barack Obama lifted 8-year-old restrictions on federal funding for most embryonic stem cell research.
Columnists Mark Shields and Michael Gerson weigh the news of the week, including President Barack Obama's approach on the economy, his decision to lift restrictions on stem cell research funding, and more.
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