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Watchdog Group Gives Stem Cell Institute Low Marks, Urges ICOC Chair's Resignation[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Joyce E. CutlerThe Bureau of National AffairsJanuary 19th, 2006California’s stem cell institute gets a C- in its first year of operation, the Center for Genetics & Society said in a report issued Jan. 18.
Other states looking to spend public money on stem cell researchCapitol WeeklyJanuary 19th, 2006"As more than a dozen other states pursue their own stem cell efforts, it appears California is in fact being used as an example--but in some cases, it is being held as an example of what not to do. "
Group wants stem cell chairman to resignby Marisa LagosSan Francisco ExaminerJanuary 19th, 2006"The nonprofit Center for Genetics and Society issued the opinion in a 30-page _progress report,_ released Wednesday, entitled _The California Stem Cell Program at One Year._"
Stem cell official on hot seat[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Rebecca VeselyOakland TribuneJanuary 19th, 2006"California's new stem cell institute, which voters approved 14 months ago, is falling far short of expectations, and its chairman should step down, a group said Wednesday. "
State's stem-cell effort criticized in reportby Steve JohnsonSan Jose Mercury NewsJanuary 19th, 2006"A watchdog group issued a critique Wednesday of the state's 1-year-old stem-cell research institute, calling it ``a great disappointment so far.''"
Call for head of stem cell institute to resignSan Francisco ChronicleJanuary 19th, 2006"An East Bay biotechnology watchdog group on Wednesday called for the resignation of Robert Klein, chairman of the Proposition 71 stem cell agency known as the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. "
Group wants head of stem cell initiative to quit[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]San Diego Union TribuneJanuary 19th, 2006"The Center for Genetics and Society accused stem cell Chairman Robert Klein of misleading the public about the financial return and health benefits it would receive in return for its $3 billion investment in stem cell research. "
The California Stem Cell Program at One Year: A Progress Report [PDF]January 18th, 2006This comprehensive progress report critically evaluates the first year of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the agency running California's new multi-billion dollar stem cell research program. It assesses the CIRM's performance, assigns grades in key areas, and offers specific policy recommendations.
Editorial: Hwang's 'Guardian Angel' Owes Us an ExplanationChosun IlboJanuary 18th, 2006"Just offering to resign from the post does not absolve a presidential aide from all responsibilities. "
Stem cell head should quit, group says [California][Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Laura MecoySacramento BeeJanuary 18th, 2006"Robert Klein II, the campaign chairman who became the head of the state's stem cell agency's board, should step down from that job because of his failed leadership, the Center for Genetics and Society said Wednesday."
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