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Green unveils $25 million stem cell plan

Heartland, Wis. - Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Green has announced a plan to allocate $25 million in state money to the WiCell Research Institute to fund peer-reviewed research into methods of deriving stem cells that don't involve the destruction of embryos.

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WiCell's scientific director is UW-Madison researcher James Thomson, who was the first scientist to isolate human embryonic stem cells.

Researchers believe that embryonic stem cells, which have the ability to become virtually any type of cell in the hu......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 09/05/06


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