January 2008
Medical Device Daily;1/14/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p4
This article reports on the decision of couple John and Regina Scully of San Francisco, California to gibve a $20 million gift to the Stanford University School of Medicine and Standford Hospital & Clinics for thier research on stem cells. John Scully explained that they are attracted to the big problems with the best potential of stem cell research for significant improvement of the human condition.


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