Saturday, June 03, 2006

Stem Cell Advocacy Conference at Stanford

Politics and embryonic stem cell research will be topic No. 1 at a conference next week at Stanford University featuring a Nobel laureate and the governor of Wisconsin, the state with the lock on the key stem cell research patents.

The Genetics Policy Institute in Florida, headed by Bernard Siegel, is sponsoring the June 10-11 event, which is called, “Stem Cell Policy & Advocacy Summit: Empowering the Pro-Cures Coalition.”

Scheduled speakers include Paul Berg, the Nobel laureate, Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle, California stem cell Chairman Robert Klein, Michael West of Advanced Cell Technology of Alameda, Ca., and Larry Goldstein of UC San Diego, among others.

You can find more information about the conference by clicking here. Sphere: Related Content

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