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Can It Get Worse Than Bush?


Figuring out which topics to include in this magazine can be a bit of a balancing act. We want to deliver compelling, useful content — but sometimes what's interesting isn't exactly relevant. As far as the balancing act goes, stem cells have been in our editorial limbo for years now. They're interesting, they're important to biotech — but as far as research goes, they just never quite made it onto the systems biology landscape.

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