A law in time?

September 2010
Nature;9/2/2010, Vol. 467 Issue 7311, p7
Academic Journal
The article reports on the need for the U.S. Congress to act against the temporary suspension of the federal funding for human embryonic stem-cell research. It says that research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will be affected by the suspension. It states that to continue the NIH funding, lawmakers should pass a bill that clarifies their objectives to fund the research. It considers the bill of U.S. Representative Diana DeGette to be the starting point for the battle.


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