Religion & Stem Cells

After agonizing over the decision for months, President Bush finally committed to limited federal funding for stem-cell research - a compromise that left hardliners on both sides of the issue unsatisfied. However, despite vociferous opposition from the Christian right, many religious leaders have been able to reconcile their feelings about the preservation of life and the need for life-saving research. NPR's Duncan Moon reports.



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