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In 2008, Michael Mastromarino was sentenced in a New York City courtroom for enterprise corruption, body stealing and reckless endangerment. Jesse Ward/AP hide caption

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After President Obama overturned Bush-era policy restricting federal funding of embryonic stem cell research in 2009, Nebraska Right to Life led a protest of the research outside the University of Nebraska regents' meeting. Nati Harnik/AP hide caption

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A scientist removes the nucleus from a human egg using a pipette. This is the first step to making personalized embryonic stem cells. Courtesy of OHSU Photos hide caption

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Scientists Clone Human Embryos To Make Stem Cells

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The anthrax vaccine has been given to more than 1 million adults in the military. But no one knows how well it would work in children. Randy Davey/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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