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President Bush's bioethics panel has little influence

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / August 31, 2004

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Before Sept. 11, 2001, the politics of stem cell research so consumed the first summer of the Bush presidency that it was the subject of his first prime-time national address. The president set forth restrictions on government funding of the science. And, as millions watched, he announced the creation of a unique White House panel to examine the complex biomedical ... (Full Article: 1265 Words)

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