Stem cell research in the Greater Middle East: the importance of establishing policy and ethics interoperability to foster international collaborations

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Title

Stem cell research in the Greater Middle East: the importance of establishing policy and ethics interoperability to foster international collaborations

Author

Mathews, Kirstin R.W.
Flynn, Jesse M.

Publisher

2010/06/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20100600

Primary Classification

18.7

Secondary Classification

18.7; 1.2; 5.3; 15.1; 21.1

Primary keywords

cooperative behavior--[pri];international aspects--[pri];Muslim world--[pri];policy making--[pri];public policy--[pri];publishing--[pri];research priorities--[pri];stem cells--[pri]

Secondary keywords

adult stem cells;Arab world;biomedical research;Christian ethics;clinical trials;embryo research;embryonic stem cells;fatwas;Islamic ethics;Jewish ethics;policy analysis;science;statistics;survey;technology;therapeutic research;trends

Subject

Middle East--[pri]

Subject

Egypt;Iran;Israel;Jordan;Kuwait;Lebanon;Morocco;Pakistan;Qatar;Saudi Arabia;Tunisia;Turkey;United Arab Emirates

Journal Article

Stem Cell Reviews2010 June; 6(2):143-150

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

38 refs.

ISSN

15586804

Collection

Citation

“Stem cell research in the Greater Middle East: the importance of establishing policy and ethics interoperability to foster international collaborations,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 19, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35217.