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The British government has given its approval for the creation of a £30 million stem cell therapy center, part of a £220 million program to turn British stem cell researchers' discoveries into "a new multimillion-pound industry to help drive Britain's recovery," reports the Guardian's Rupert Neate. The stem cell center, which is slated to open in April 2012, will take advantage of the UK's leadership in stem cell research, Neate says.

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