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Scientists call proposal a necessary step

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / May 9, 2007

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Scientists praised Governor Deval Patrick's proposed $1 billion investment in the state's life sciences industry yesterday as an important way to offset stagnant funding from the federal government and its limits on paying for research involving human embryonic stem cells. They said that the Patrick plan is a necessary response to competition from other states that have made substantial investments ... (Full article: 751 words)

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