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Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Reagan's Death

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Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Reagan's Death

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Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Reagan's Death

Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Reagan's Death

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The death of former President Ronald Reagan, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease for a decade before his death, has revived stem cell research as a political issue. NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with NPR's Joe Palca about a new poll measuring public support for embryonic stem cell research.

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