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End Bush's stem cell club

July 18, 2006

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FIVE YEARS ago this summer, President Bush hobbled research into the disease-curing potential of embryonic stem cells by placing strict limits on the cells that scientists using federal funds could experiment with. Private and state government support has made some research possible, but the 2001 restrictions have greatly hampered the kind of basic experimentation that the National Institutes of Health ... (Full article: 424 words)

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