The $450M Stem Cell Question

P., Shankar
September 2007
njbiz;9/17/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 39, p17
The article announces the signing of the New Jersey Stem Cell Research Bond Act by Governor Jon Corzine in July 2007. The measure will grant $450 million worth of bonds to stem cell research over the next decade once approved by voters in November. Assemblyman Neil Cohen states that stem cell research is important in developing a cure for certain diseases. Also discussed within the article are the earlier fundings allocated for stem cell research.


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