Cutback Could Slice Stem Cell Work

Gaudio, Thomas
May 2006
njbiz;5/29/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p3
Reports on the possibility that funding for stem cell research in New Jersey will decrease due to the reduction of budget for science and technology by Governor Jon Corzine. Percentage of funding cut proposed by Corzine for the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology; Views of executive director Sherrie Preische on the importance of stem cell research; Amount approved by the state senate for the development of stem cell research centers in New Brunswick, Newark and Camden. INSET: A Catholic Stem Cell Strategy.


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