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Lab Bench Meets Federal Bench: The Supreme Court and Stem Cell Research

February 15, 2013

Lab Bench Meets Federal Bench: The Supreme Court and Stem Cell Research
The Supreme Court recently refused to hear a case challenging federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. Dr. John Murray, a lawyer and geneticist, and Dr. Chris Henderson, scientific director of Target ALS, discuss the case and the field of stem cell research.

The Supreme Court recently refused to hear a case challenging federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. Experts discuss the case and its consequences, as well as exciting research being done with stem cells towards a treatment for Lou Gehrig's disease.