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Nightline: Stem Cells #790951

ABC Special for Tuesday, May 24, 2005

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  • Live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Princeton University Genetics Professor Lee Silver re: issues related to stem cell research in the US and elsewhere.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), stem cell research proponent Jackie Hunt Christiansen‡, Rep. Curt Weldon, Rep. Joseph Pitts, Center for Regenerative Medicine Dr. David Scadden, Stuart Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report, Rep. Michael Ferguson, Rep. Randy Cunningham, Rep. Pete Stark, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), University of Newcastle researcher Miodrag Stojkavic, Oregon Health and Science University Professor Gerald Shatten, Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair, King’s College London researcher Stephen Minger, and stem cell researcher Dr. Roger Peterson.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris;
    Wright, David

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