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Over at The Daily Beast, “Neurobiologist Maureen L. Condic investigates 11 common arguments in favor of embryonic stem-cell research, and explains why science may not need the controversial technique, after all.” Well worth reading.
This one has slipped my notice. Thanks to MercatorNet for catching it. Was Clinton’s language deliberate or grossly uninformed? BTW, MercatorNet.com is definetly something you should be reading. Thoughtful, well-reasoned, winsome — bookmark it and/or subscribe to their updates immediately.