Stem Cells and the President


President George W. Bush‘s policy on embryonic stem-cell research, one of the most contentious issues of his presidency, has been deeply unpopular with both defenders and opponents of such research.

Former White House adviser Jay P. Lefkowitz explains why Bush’s roundly-criticized decision was the right one, and what it means for the future.

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