Proposed Stem Cell Rules Could Block Research

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In March, President Obama lifted the ban on federal funding for stem cell research, ordering the NIH to create new guidelines. Patrick Taylor, deputy general counsel at Children's Hospital Boston, says the proposed rules could actually prevent research on existing stem cell lines.

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