Robert Klein

Chair of the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee, California Institute of Regenerative Medicine

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Chairman of the Board of the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee for the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the institute created to oversee stem-cell research with passage of Proposition 71

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President Obama has  made good  on a campaign promise and lifted  Bush Administration restrictions  on human embryonic stem cell research.

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