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« Senator Landrieu Introduces Legislation Requiring Study on Effects of First-to-File Provision | Main | Biotech/Pharma Docket »

March 11, 2010

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ple\se USA hurry up with stem cell research
i live in scotland and have a horrible illness called idiopathic axonal peripheral neuropathy where there is no research cure or treatment every day i look to USA for a cure

Good intent, but bad idea. As said by Broderr, "If you had demanded that the N.I.H. solve the problem of polio not through independent, investigator-driven discovery research but by means of a centrally directed program, the odds are very strong that you would get the very best iron lungs in the world -- portable iron lungs, transistorized iron lungs -- but you wouldn't get the vaccine that eradicated polio."

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