Friday, October 26, 2007

N.J. hails start of construction on stem cell research facility

Via Newsday:

Gov. Jon S. Corzine on Tuesday marked the start of construction on what he hailed as a world-class research facility many hope will make the state a global leader in stem cell work.

"The Stem Cell Institute of New Jersey will serve as the nexus of cutting edge scientific breakthroughs that will improve and save the lives of millions of our fellow citizens," Corzine said in an afternoon ceremony near the construction site.

The $150 million, 18-story tower is to be built on a parking lot in downtown New Brunswick next to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, near Rutgers University, several other schools and hospitals and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

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If you are an embryonic stem cell research supporter, you won't find much to cheer about in NJ.

Please read Garden State Deception here:

Posted by: fayeforcure | Oct 30, 2007 12:18:19 PM

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