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CIRM asks patients how to spend last $800m for stem cell therapies

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The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is asking patient advocates how the agency should spend the last $800m of the $3bn that the state raised through bond sales to fund stem cell research, and the answer at a recent hearing in San Diego wasn't surprising: "Spend it on me."

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