Stem cell wins and losses in the 2012 elections

2012 was a banner year for the cause of cure. First among our stem cell electoral victories was the re-election of President Barack Obama. The impact of a pro-science president cannot be overestimated. In Obama we have both a man who can reason with facts (instead of blind ideology), but who also has the strength to stand by a decision. Obama took his stand on stem cells before the 2008 election — and has never wavered in that support.

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