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The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) has launched a new website to help patients and their families make informed decisions about stem cell treatments, clinics and their health.
Stem Cells Australia's Megan Munsie, chairperson of the ISSCR task force responsible for the website expansion, describes the revamped site as “a direct channel from researchers to the public.”
On February 2nd 2015, a class of 14-year-old students at the Prince Henrik high school in Copenhagen, had a direct hands-on experience of research in the field of stem cells and development through chick eggs with DanStem and HumEn's Professor Anne Grapin-Botton.