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Kerry rebukes president's policies on medical research

48 Nobel laureates endorse senator

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / June 22, 2004

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DENVER -- Buttressed by a new endorsement from 48 Nobel laureate scientists, presidential contender John F. Kerry yesterday denounced President Bush as lacking vision to pursue cures for Alzheimer's, AIDS, and other fatal diseases, and reached out to conservatives and moderates who are uneasy with Bush's limits on embryonic stem cell research. (Full Article: 820 Words)

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