Transforming Medical Science Into Public Policy

Egbert, Barbara
June 2003
Nieman Reports;Summer2003, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p27
Presents an article on helping readers understand policy and public funding decisions about what medical science is researching. Tension between scientific research and public policy; Reason for attending a seminar in medical science; Comments on stem cell research.


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