Support of Embryonic Stem Cell Research Crosses Party Lines

October 2004
Diabetes Health;Oct2004, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p53
Discusses the conflict between U.S. President George W. Bush and presidential candidate John Kerry over the issue of the embryonic stem cell research policy. Discussion of the stem cell research policy; Details of a letter signed by Kerry and U.S. senators to urge Bush to expand the stem cell research policy.


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