Alan Trounson

President of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine

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President of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine

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California’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine is a unique state agency—with guaranteed funding of 3 billion dollars from bonds.  It was created by the voters in 2004, when the Bush…

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California’s Institute for Regenerative Medicine is a unique state agency—with guaranteed funding of 3 billion dollars from bonds.  It was created by the voters in 2004, when the Bush…

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