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cases. br> -- R.L.A. Schaefer br> Dubuque, Iowa /p>
My thanks to James Poulos for actually citing the scripture, Matthew 7:1-5, to which Howard Dean had alluded.
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p> GEORGE ALLEN ON STEM CELLS br> Re: George Neumayr's The Elite's Moral Gadfly : /p>
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Cell Therapeutic and Research Act of 2005.
I also asked him to oppose HR 810, which would mandate federal funding of research using embryonic stem cells. Now to me, Senator Allen's
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hallmarks of a man who is going to take an anti-life position and is defending himself before he votes.
p>More than 50 diseases are now being treated with treatments developed through ADULT stem cell research. And yet Frankenstein marches
onward. br> -- Andy Fuller /p> p>-----Forwarded Message----- br> From: br> To: br> Subject: A response from Senator George Allen /p> Acrobat 9
Dear Mr. Fuller:
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