Health & Medicine

April 27, 2014 12:00 AM

State stem cell agency’s at a crossroads

In a few days, the $3 billion California stem cell agency is slated to pick a new president who will oversee what could be the last years of its life. It has handed out 1.7 billion since it was authorized in 2004, but no cures have yet resulted from its spending.

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