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Stem Cell Research

Massachusetts Senate Votes For Stem Cell Research

15 years ago

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Posted on Nov 21, 2003, 4 a.m. By Bill Freeman

Federal legislation is having a crushing effect on medical progress, but some US states are voting to allow embryonic stem cell research. Massachusetts is now one of them, as this Daily News Transcript notes. This battle over vital medical research - in the US, in other countries, at the UN - is still in the comparatively early stages, and anti-progress forces are doing far too well.

Federal legislation is having a crushing effect on medical progress, but some US states are voting to allow embryonic stem cell research. Massachusetts is now one of them, as this Daily News Transcript notes. This battle over vital medical research - in the US, in other countries, at the UN - is still in the comparatively early stages, and anti-progress forces are doing far too well. We must fight loudly and fight hard to ensure that medical progress continues. The future of health and longevity depends on therapies still in development; the diseases of aging can only be cured if politicians stand aside.

Source: http://www.neponsetvalleydailynews.com/news/local_regional/stemcell11062003.htm

[Editor: The preceding article was not written by A4M/WHN]

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