September 19, 2014
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Supreme Court Denies Cert. in Sherley v. Sebelius
The pesky worry about a possible Supreme Court review of the ruling by the D.C. Court of Appeals affirming the Circuit Court’s dismissal of a challenge to the 2009 NIH Stem Cell Funding Guidelines – which permitted NIH funding of most stem cell research – was lifted today when the Supreme Court denied plaintiff’s petition for cert. With the re-election of President Obama, who initially lifted the ban on all but very limited stem cell research imposed by President Bush, hopefully the U.S. will return to a position of leadership and help this area of research mature.
Click here to read the story from the Stem Cell Action Coalition.
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