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When the same team became the first, in 2004, to derive a line of stem cells from a cloned human embryo, they reported that they had needed almost 250 human eggs to get just one embryo healthy enough to generate the precious cells.
This time it took only 17 donated eggs, on average, to get each line of cells—a more than tenfold increase in efficiency thanks to modest changes in technique.
It's not unusual to get about that many eggs from a single cycle of ovarian stimulation of the kind routinely performed for fertility purposes. That means that, for the first time, an already accepted medical procedure has the potential to create for a patient a self-replenishing colony of genetically compatible stem cells.
House of Representatives made history by passing the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, which would loosen the restrictions on federal funding of stem cell research imposed by President George W.


The 238-to-194 vote included 50 Republicans, despite Bush's threat a few days earlier that he would veto the bill if it came to his desk. Now it is up to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, a surgeon, to decide if and when he will bring the identically worded Senate version of the bill to the floor for a vote. Last year, 58 senators signed a letter to Bush asking that he loosen his rules, which indicates there is an excellent chance the Senate would pass the bill.



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