Palo Alto, Calif.
- Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle
ventured into what could have been enemy territory Saturday, but the subject wasn't the controversial stem cell patent of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
. In an appeal for coalition building on stem cell research, Doyle went after his Republican opponent,......Full article >>>
e people in the state that would like to shut down stem cell research. He cited his 2005 veto of a bill, AB 499, that would have criminalized what he called promising scientific techniques used by stem cell researchers, a reference to the Republican controlled Legislature's attempt to ban therapeutic cloning.
Therapeutic cloning is controversial because a human egg is obtained and its nuc......Full article >>>
for ill-gotten political gain."
Doyle also mentioned Jody Montgomery, a Verona mother whose four-year-old daughter has juvenile diabetes, as an example of a citizen who doesn't understand why politicians are trying to stand in the way of stem cell research.
Green dismissed the charge that he would stop stem cell research in Wisconsin, noting that he su......Full article >>>
illion, diabetes research funding by more than $120 million, and Alzheimer's research funding by more than $2 billion.
"I'll take that same commitment with me to the governor's office," he said.
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