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Stem cell center eyed at Harvard

Researchers seek to bypass US restrictions

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / February 29, 2004

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Harvard University will soon launch a multimillion-dollar center to grow and study human embryonic stem cells, in what could be the largest American effort yet to circumvent the Bush administration's tight restrictions on the controversial research. (Full Article: 1416 Words)

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