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Thread: Advocate toolkit for advancing stem cell legislation

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    Default Advocate toolkit for advancing stem cell legislation

    If you have any questions, please just ask.


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    Sorry I started another thread without reading this one first. Do you know when we can expect an update on the progress of the bill? It's hard to be positive when we're relying on the support of tyrannical imbiciles like Patty Murray.

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    Here's more info from the FDA Law Blog

    http://www.fdalawblog.net/fda_law_bl...tive-medi.html

    The bill is not clear on whether it will help or hurt same day treatments which are often done for orthopedic procedures and lung disease for example. It's truly unfortunate that it has come to this in the first place. Government involvement in medical procedures is most likely to involve way too many unresolved issues, not to mention the creation of new problems. That's my take anyway.
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    So by supporting this bill, we would potentially be trading unregulated access to 361s in exchange for faster access to 351s?

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    It could potentially happen. I think clarification is greatly needed. If you have time, please contact one or more of the sponsors and let them know your thoughts and concerns. Mike Coffman is who I'm contacting because I live in Colorado and he's a sponsor.
    First treatment in 2007. Pioneering ever since.

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