CAMR calls on U .S. Senate to move stem cell analysis act At a meeting on Capitol Hill with Senators Specter , Harkin , Hatch , Kennedy and Feinstein , the Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research called on the U.S. Senate to pass the Stem Cell Analysis Enhancement Act. The Senate will vote this complete week on this legislation, which is made to override President Bush’s August 9, 2001 executive purchase limiting federal financing of embryonic stem cell research. Nearly three-quarters of Americans support federal financing for embryonic stem cell study. There are 100 million Americans experiencing debilitating diseases and disorders for which embryonic stem cell study provides great hope, said Sean Tipton, president of CAMR.
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