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Stem Cell Research Breakthrough in Connecticut

There's a major breakthrough in stem cell research at the University of Connecticut, placing the state at the forefront of medical research. Dr. Ge Lin came to Connecticut from China a year ago because the state of Connecticut was one of a handful of states that had decided to invest millions of dollars to do its own stem cell research. Once the state approved the testing, it took just two weeks for Dr. Ge to help the state to become among the first in the nation to create two, new, human embryonic stem cell lines.

There's a major breakthrough in stem cell research at the University of Connecticut, placing the state at the forefront of medical research. Dr. Ge Lin came to Connecticut from China a year ago because the state of Connecticut was one of a handful of states that had decided to invest millions of dollars to do its own stem cell research. Once the state approved the testing, it took just two weeks for Dr. Ge to help the state to become among the first in the nation to create two, new, human embryonic stem cell lines.

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