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WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Repair Stem Cell Institute (RSCI; http://www.repairstemcells.org/) today announced that its Science Advisory Board member Zannos G.
DEERFIELD, Ill., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, Michigan voters were asked to support Michigan's Proposal 2, a state initiative to accelerate medical research and develop new stem cell treatments for currently incurable diseases.
Michigan voters will decide Tuesday whether to overturn a 30-year-old ban on destroying human embryos for medical research. "I'd call it a religious-ethical friction," said Leonard Fleck, a Michigan State University medical ethicist favoring the proposal.
DEERFIELD, Ill., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Opponents of Michigan's stem cell research initiative -- Proposal 2 -- launched an ad yesterday using the tragic and universally reprehensible Tuskegee Experiments as a basis for comparison to stem cell research.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NeoStem, Inc.
By Sandy Kleffman Universities throughout California will soon embark on an unprecedented, $830 million building blitz to create laboratories for stem cell science. Financed with voter-approved bond money, the facilities will free scientists to do work opposed by the Bush administration.
By Sandy Kleffman Four years after California residents captured worldwide attention by voting to spend $3 billion on stem cell research, many of the anticipated new therapies are at least 10 years away and numerous hurdles must be overcome. Yet the optimism remains.
Former President Bill Clinton has urged Michigan voters to approve a referendum legalizing embryonic stem-cell research when they go to the polls Nov. 4.
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Lorry I. Lokey, the Business Wire founder and philanthropist, is giving $75 million to the Stanford University School of Medicine to help build what is expected to be the nation's largest center for stem cell research, the medical school announced Oct. 6.
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