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State council backs stem cell rules

But critics fear scientists at risk

By Stephen Smith and David Abel
Globe Staff / August 30, 2006

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State regulators appointed by Governor Mitt Romney adopted rules for stem cell research yesterday that Harvard University and most of Boston's major hospitals and research centers opposed, fearing they could subject scientists to criminal penalties for certain research activities. (Full article: 621 words)

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