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NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 21, 2005
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(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) California's Proposition 71, a measure that endorsed state funding for stem cell research, mentioned.

(San Francisco: Robert Bazell) The high expectations for stem cell research to find cures for a wide range of diseases examined. [Parkinson’s disease patient Joan SAMUELSON††- comments.] [In August, 2001, President BUSH – says extracting the stem cell destroys the embryo.] [University of California at San Francisco Stem Cell Institute Dr. Arnold KRIEGSTEIN††- comments on researchers’ interest in coming to California.] [UCSF medical school dean Dr. David KESSLER††- says we have to do the science.]

Williams, Brian;
Bazell, Robert

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