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Romney camp is buoyed by skin cell news

Feels affirmed in view against embryo work

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / November 21, 2007

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Mitt Romney was accused of a sop to social conservatives when, in his last months as Massachusetts governor, he imposed a controversial limit on stem cell research that said scientists could not use stem cell lines from embryos created for the sole purpose of scientific exploration. (Full article: 606 words)

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