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Stem Cell Research Timeline

February 1, 1961: Till & McCulloch establish the foundation for stem cell science

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1990: President George H.W. Bush Vetos Bill Lifting Moratorium

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Timeline of major events in stem cell research policy

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The information used to compile this Stem Cell Research Timeline comes from many different sources, including the National Institutes of Health. A useful list of links to other stem cell research timelines from around the Web can be found at the bottom of this page.

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Yesterday, the potential of stem cells to revolutionise medicine got a huge boost with news of an ultra-versatile kind of stem cell from adult mouse cells using a remarkably simple method. This timeline takes you through the ups and downs of .

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From early fetal tissue research to the first successful human treatments, this timeline documents the progress in stem cell science, and the policies that have impeded or promoted it. The stories of research involving human embryonic stem cells and the policy governing that work are intertwined and stretch back into the mids. History of Stem Cell Research — A Timeline Wrights/Giemsa stained human embryonic stem cell (hESC) colony on murine embryonic fibroblast feeder cells. The colony contains roughly individual hESCs.

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Timeline: A brief history of stem cell research Science Progress | June 15, From early fetal tissue research to the first successful human treatments, this timeline documents the progress in stem cell science, and the . Timeline of major events in stem cell research policy Stem cells have been used in medicine since the ’s when bone marrow transplants were first used to treat leukemia. Congressional involvement in stem cell policy started as early as