US scientists warn of fraud of stem cell ‘banks’

US scientists warn of fraud of stem cell 'banks' - AFP, February, 2010
...In Thailand, for example, parents pay in the region of 3,600 dollars to make a deposit in a stem cell bank, thinking they are taking out a sort of health insurance for their child.
But Irving Weissman, director of the Institute of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine at Stanford University in California, said the well-meaning parents were being fleeced by the stem cell bankers...

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