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Moderator:Joan Scott.

Moderator:Joan Scott, Deputy Director, Genetics and Public Policy CenterpanelSally Squires, health and nutrition columnist for the Washington PostBruce Blumberg, Associate Professor, Department of Developmental and Cell Biology, University of California – IrvineMichael Christman, Professor and Chairman, Department of Genetics and Genomics, Boston University School of MedicineLocation:14:00 ET Tuesday, December 5, 2006 National Press Club 529 14th Street, NW – 13th Floor Washington, GenePOPS: To the areas of human genetic technologies and foster parents talk about their impact, the Genetics and Public Policy Center hosts a regular lecture and discussion series in Washington touched explore, as DC Genetics Perspectives on Policy Seminar – GenePOPS, GenePOPS provide experts from relevant disciplines that come together to share ideas and answer questions about genetic engineering and science policy.

Require that 75 percent of cARE Act funding to primary care spent; require that institutions annual federally funded conduct mandatory HIV testing and ( raise funds for ADAPS Kaiser Daily HIV / AIDS Report.. Pre-registration is recommended.###Contact: Borchelt Borchelt Genetics & Public Policy Centerdual system, heard proposals for Ryan White CARE Act ReauthorizationThe Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on Wednesday to mark a bill that the Ryan White CARE Act, on the 30th Expired September, 2005 is readmit would CQ HealthBeat reports. The negotiations on the bill the provisions continue Tuesday, and it was not clear which provisions of the law should be changed, according to to a committee spokesman. Continue reading

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