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Who will benefit more, consumers or drug firms? [California]by Steve JohnsonSan Jose Mercury NewsSeptember 29th, 2005A consumer watchdog group has revealed that 13 of the 16 institutions to receive the first round of grants from California's stem cell research program have ties to major biomedical companies.
Florida Group: No Taxpayer $ for Embryonic Stem Cell ResearchLifeNews.comSeptember 28th, 2005An anti-abortion rights coalition in Florida has proposed a counter initiative to the effort to dedicate a stream of public funding to embryonic stem cell research.
Stem cell_s shell game?Capitol WeeklySeptember 22nd, 2005"The biggest question surrounding stem cell research in California right now isn_t whether it will eventually cure devastating health problems. It_s what happened to the billion dollars."
Hype over experience: The commercial potential of stem cellsThe EconomistSeptember 22nd, 2005Although some analysts estimate a $10 billion annual market in stem cell therapies by 2010, others suggest "a far more modest (and convincing) forecast of $100m."
Stem cell watchdog group begins work [Massachusetts]Fitchburg Sentinel and EnterpriseSeptember 22nd, 2005A new body to regulate human embryonic stem cell research in Massachusetts held its first meeting.
Group urges $200 million for stem-cell research [Florida]Palm Beach PostSeptember 22nd, 2005A proposal to spend $200 million to fund embryonic stem cell research is heading towards the Florida 2006 ballot.
Editorial: Stem cell oversight board is flying blindSacramento BeeSeptember 18th, 2005"Their own rules mean multimillion-dollar decisions are based on two-page memos."
Stem cell research: cutting-edge science or corporate subsidies, courtesy of voters?[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]Capitol WeeklySeptember 15th, 2005Malcolm Maclachlan of the Capitol Weekly reviews the public interest criticism of the CIRM, focusing on the intellectual property issues.
Ex-movie chief keeps big role in health careby Laura MecoySacramento BeeSeptember 12th, 2005Sherry Lansing has become a leader on the state's stem cell oversight board and a member of the committee advising Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on educational reforms.
Despite uncertain funding, agency issues first grantsby Bill AinsworthSan Diego Union TribuneSeptember 10th, 2005California's groundbreaking stem cell agency yesterday announced its first grants to train a new generation of scientists in a potentially promising area of research that has been restricted by the federal government.
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