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Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Made Available to Scientists by Harvard University

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Researchers at Harvard University announce they will provide other scientists with free access to 17 human embryonic stem cell lines created without U.S. federal funding.

This decision is designed to support stem cell research despite federal funding restrictions announced in 2001 by the Bush administration.

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