Falling Behind

Research on human embryonic stem cells should absolutely get federal funding, writes David Scadden in a column for the Boston Globe. The co-director of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute says that the US is losing out when it comes to stem cells, as funding controversies are forcing some researchers to halt their work and others to leave the country to work overseas.

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