Adult Versus Embryonic Stem Cells: Treatments

@article{Smith2007AdultVE,
  title={Adult Versus Embryonic Stem Cells: Treatments},
  author={Shane Smith and W. Neaves and S. Teitelbaum},
  journal={Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={316},
  pages={1422 - 1423}
}
D. A. Prentice and G. Tarne used their letter “Treating diseases with adult stem cells” (19 Jan., p. [328][1]) to try to defend Prentice's previous claim that “over 65 human diseases” have been “effectively treated through adult stem cells” ([1][2]). Now Prentice and Tarne say that what 
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