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Friday, March 23, 2007

Stem cell summit planned for the fall

The Harvard Stem Cell Institute, along with two other groups, just announced that it will put on a “Stem Cell Summit” in the fall to bring together leaders from the worlds of science, business, public policy, ethics, and patient advocacy. The summit is scheduled for October 2-3, and will be held in Boston.

Collaborating on the summit with Harvard will be the Genetics Policy Institute, a stem cell research advocacy organization, and the Burrill Life Sciences Media Group, which organizes life science conferences.

For more information, contact Bernard Siegel, bernard@genpol.org.

- GARETH COOK

Posted by Karen Weintraub at 02:57 PM
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