Where Politics Trumps Science: Ban On Federal Funding Of Research Using Fetal Tissue

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Advocates of the ban on federal funding of fetal tissue research oppose abortion. But surely numbers of abortions won't be impacted by the ban. What will be directly impacted will are legitimate avenues of clinical research. When politics trumps science, public health becomes the collateral damage.
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