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Bioclusters Eye Job, Economic Gains from Obama Order Ending hESC Research Restrictions

The nation's largest biotechnology clusters, and a smaller cluster with an established institute for regenerative medicine, on Monday projected their economies would benefit from President Obama's lifting of federal restrictions on human embryonic stem cell, or hESC, research, implemented in 2001 by predecessor George W. Bush.

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