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Bishops Start Making Sense of Stem Cells

While the Catholic Church has been consistently painted as being opposed to stem cell research, the U.S. Bishops are finally fighting back with a print advertising campaign that draws the distinction between adult stem cell research which is permissible, and embryonic stem cell research which is not.

Slated to run in USA Today and The Washington Times, hopefully this campaign will offer some clarity to this complex issue.

Read all about it here.

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