Diseases like Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, juvenile diabetes and spinal cord injuries affect millions of American families - including my own. Stem cell research, which is being pioneered in Wisconsin, may one day offer a cure to some of these diseases. But these cures will continue to elude us if we allow partisan political ideology to ......Full article >>>
rldwide. The research they conduct is done with the highest possible ethical standards.
In addition, every year, Wisconsin's biotech firms contribute $6.9 billion to the state's economy and account for more than 22,000 jobs.
Continuing this research is a win-win for our state. Unfortunately, our state Legislature doesn't see that.
It's more than a little ironic that, in ......Full article >>>
amilies around the world.
This is an honorable fight, it's a good fight, and it's one we cannot afford to lose.
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