"It looks like the message is finally getting through to California's stem cell agency board....
"Part of what is driving the new approach is the realization that CIRM will need to find a new source of funding -- possibly going back to the voters -- if it is to continue. As Thomas told the board today, "If we don't have credibility, we won't have a chance of sustaining the agency."
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Consumer Watchdog's John M. Simpson today welcomed the response by CIRM
Chairman J.T. Thomas to address the recommendations for sweeping changes at the California stem cell agency.
Writing on his blog, Simpson, a longtime observer of the agency, said,