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Dr. George Daley (left) and Dr. Leonard Zon, both stem cell researchers at Children's Hospital, responded to media questions during a press conference at yesterday at the State House. ( Globe Staff Photo / Lane Turner)
Dr. George Daley (left) and Dr. Leonard Zon, both stem cell researchers at Children's Hospital, responded to media questions during a press conference at yesterday at the State House. ( Globe Staff Photo / Lane Turner)

Romney draws fire on stem cells

Opposes the use of cloned embryos

By Scott S. Greenberger and Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / February 11, 2005

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Governor Mitt Romney set off a storm of criticism yesterday after he declared in a published interview that he favored banning a specific type of stem cell research. Scientists and the leader of the state Senate accused him of trying to block a promising avenue of research, even as antiabortion groups assailed him for declaring that he did not object ... (Full article: 1404 words)

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