California Senate to consider stem cell body's conflict-of-interest law

05/20/2005 | Mercury News (San Jose, Calif.), The

The California Senate Appropriations Committee has set a vote for Monday on legislation to strengthen conflict-of-interest rules governing the work of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine as it doles out $3 billion in funds for stem cell research. In essence, the measure cleared by the Senate committee on elections would require the institute to follow federal NIH standards.

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