States could cut funding for stem cell research after Obama's decision

03/10/2009 | NYTimes.com

State governments and philanthropists could reduce financing for embryonic stem cell research in the wake of President Barack Obama's decision to lift restrictions on federal funding for such work. Many scientists and state officials, however, believe state financing remains important because the president's order does not include federal money to create stem cell lines and does not automatically amount to an abundance of federal funds that will be available for the research.

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