.- The Pontifical Academy for Life and the International Federation of Associations of Catholic Doctors (IFACD) is hosting the International Congress, “Stem Cells: The future of therapy? Scientific Aspects and Bioethical Problems,” September 14-16 in Rome.
The event, intended for doctors, biologists, researches, experts in bioethics and others interested in the issue, will be presented by the President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Msgr. Elio Sgreccia, Jose Mari Simon de Castellvi, President of the IFACD, and Jean Marie Le Mene, President of the Jerome Lejuene Foundation.
Among the themes to be discussed include the potential benefits of cord blood stem cells, stem cells and genetic diseases, embryonic and non-embryonic stem cells, and others.
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