When university of wisconsin researcher james thomson isolated human embryonic stem cells for the first time in 1998 it touched off a new era in stem cell science and a new wave of political . Human embryonic stem cell hesc research offers much hope for alleviating the human suffering brought on by the ravages of disease and injury hescs are characterized by their capacity for self renewal and their ability to differentiate into all types of cells of the body. Human embryonic stem cells hescs owing to their potential promise to develop into any somatic cell type have radicalized biotechnology research and application in clinical medicine. In 2008 only 15 or 51 percent of all papers examined in the study reported using adult stem cells and only three of those papers combined the use of human adult and human embryonic stem cells
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