Columnist: Stem cell research not a moral dilemma

Stem cell research does not pose a moral dilemma despite claims to the contrary, writes a guest columnist who has Parkinson's disease. He acknowledges he cannot be an objective analyst of the cost of U.S. failure to fund embryonic stem cell research, but adds, "moral sincerity is not impressive if it depends on willful ignorance and indifference to logic."

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