Inside the long, costly effort to cure diabetes with stem cells

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Moral philosophy meets politics as our Travis Rieder explores whether we can be morally obligated to vote for someone we dislike in order to avoid greater harms

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Don’t Rewrite History

August 11, 2016

‘Sunshine’ law was meant to protect docs from undue influence. By Paul D. Thacker

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President Barack Obama Monday called on Congress to revisit the controversial idea of providing a government-run insurance plan as part of the offerings under the Affordable Care Act

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John Holdren tells Nature about the highs and lows of nearly eight years in the White House

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UK science will have to fight to make sure it is not an after-thought as Britain renegotiates its relationship with the EU, say research leaders

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A high-profile congressional campaign against the use of fetal tissue in medical research is hitting a tough-to-ignore obstacle in the shape of the Zika virus, now blamed for thousands of birth defects in South America

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The emergency money the Obama administration wants to fight the Zika virus is stuck in Congress — and so far, there’s no sign that congressional Republicans are about to budge

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