Catholic position on stem cell research and ethics

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Ford, Norman. (2008). Catholic position on stem cell research and ethics. Notizie di Politeia (print version). 23(88), pp. 120 - 130.
AuthorsFord, Norman
Year2008
JournalNotizie di Politeia (print version)
Journal citation23 (88), pp. 120 - 130
PublisherRivista Di Etica E Scelte Pubbliche
ISSN1128-2401
Page range120 - 130
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
Place of publicationItaly
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