Calif. stem cell institute head says audit-disclosed problems fixed

03/1/2007 | San Francisco Chronicle

The chairman of California's stem cell institute says most of the concerns expressed by a state auditor about its spending had been corrected before the audit was released. Robert Klein, chairman of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, said there were some excessive expenses, but he said that they were justified and that private donations, not tax dollars, were used for reimbursements.

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