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    The Tide appears to be turning

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...163559697c90af let's see what happens; maybe Wise can comment on this.


    keeping on

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    Do not get too excited. Opponents of stem cell research will reduce the NIH budget to the point that there will be no money available to support any research. That is the sad political reality.
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    sci, i hear you. But remember, Obama is for stem cell research. the research is happenign all over the world. I think that that the rush is on and the burgermeisters will lose credibility as well as cases to halt research. This is my best guess; hope I'm right.


    keeping on

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    Rhttp://www.nationalreview.com/corner/266050/court-fight-over-embryonic-stem-cell-research-not-over-yet-wesley-j-smith read this one; who is this guy?

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