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Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research

THE COALITION FOR the Advancement of Medical Research, based in Washington, D.C., was founded in 2001 as an advocacy group to support research involving both adult and embryonic stem cells and somatic cell nuclear transfer. The coalition reaches out to state and federal legislators as well as to media outlets to educate them on the sciences of stem cell research and to present the position of the public scientific community and medical professionals regarding the need for this research as a means of developing treatment for human illness. Memberships and opportunities for involvement are open to anyone, and the coalition has over 20,000 members from a broad spectrum of people throughout the United States, including patients and families who would benefit from the advances ...

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