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Fact and friction: Putting election-year stem cell claims under the microscope

Madison, Wis. - So, it has come to this: A degree in molecular biology will be required of anyone wishing to vote in Wisconsin's Nov. 7 elections.

Or perhaps it only seems so in light of 2006 campaign year claims and counter-claims swirling around the "wedge issue" of human embryonic stem cell research. To assist those who won't complete t......

Full article >>> of older human ES lines; most recently, he voted to uphold President Bush's veto of a bill that would have allowed federal investment in new lines.

Basic scientific research in the United States rarely occurs without federal funding; venture capitalists and angel investors won't fund something that is years from the market. A few private foundations are investing in stem cell research, an......

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The vast majority of scientists say it's not a question of "either" human embryonic stem cell research "or" adult stem cell research, but a matter of conducting both and comparing notes.

Mark Green says he does not believe "anyone should be allowed to clone a human being Jim Doyle does." Is it true that Doyle wants to clone a person - perhaps even a campaign contri......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/07/06


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