Reproductive Cloning Ban Would Allow Medical Research to Advance

For Immediate Release

April 30, 2002

Contact:

Debbie Strickland

(202) 962-9233

April 30, 2002 (Washington, D.C.)-Carl B. Feldbaum, president of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), issued the following statement today regarding the introduction of a bill to ban human reproductive cloning:



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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Tuesday, April 30, 2002

CONTACT: Ken Johnson or Vikki Riley

202.225.5735

!!Media Advisory!!

Tauzin, Hastert, Thomas, Bilirakis

To Unveil Principles For Medicare Reform



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PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICE PARITY FOR AMERICANS ACT --

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For Release: Immediately

Contact: CMS Press Office

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HHS APPROVES PENNSYLVANIA'S REQUEST TO EXPAND MEDICAID TO WORKING INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY

HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson today announced approval of a Pennsylvania plan to allow people with disabilities who return to work to retain their Medicaid coverage -- removing a key barrier that will allow more disabled Pennsylvanians to lead productive lives.



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