2013 World Stem Cell Report

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The field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine is evolving rapidly. New scientific discoveries, public policy, ethical issues, and business transactions constantly change the face of the global stem cell community. How do you keep up with all the latest developments?

Leaders and decision-makers throughout the world rely on the World Stem Cell Report to provide a global perspective of the issues facing the stem cell and regenerative medicine community. No other source provides the exclusive coverage and comprehensive content you need to stay ahead of the field.

This year’s report features previously unpublished articles written by global experts and leaders. This content is not available anywhere else. Articles provide unique insight into the global stem cell community, and cover topics including science, international perspectives, commercialization, policy, law, ethics, and advocacy.

The 2013 World Stem Cell Report is a must-have for anyone seeking to fully grasp the issues and developments that will shape the global stem cell community for years to come.

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Featured Video

Bernard Siegel's TedX talk "Stem Cells and the Transformative Power of Hope"
Bernard Siegel, a leader of the global stem cell advocacy movement and founder of the World Stem Cell Summit, describes how grassroots activists have contributed to the advancement of stem cell research, one of the greatest scientific breakthroughs of our time.

World Stem Cell Summit 2013
The 2013 World Stem Cell Summit took place in San Diego, California on December 4-6, 2013 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt. The Summit featured a record 200 expert speakers leading 67 sessions and panels and 37 "Conversation with Experts" roundtable discussions. Twelve hundred WSCS13 attendees represented more than 40 countries.

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