oh, when I saw the subject line my first thought
was that Dolly, the first cloned large animal
(a sheep), had a llama relative...
Post by David Carson
On Sun, 10 Nov 2019 10:44:06 -0800 (PST), Michael OConnor
Post by Michael OConnor
There are nitwits out there who believe everything they see on TV and in the movies. I remember an interview with Robert Young where he said when he was starring on "Marcus Welby MD" that he got lots of letters from people detailing their medical problems who would ask him to diagnose their medical conditions.
These nitwits are in Congress now, calling entertainers in to testify on
stem cell research, diabetes funding, and immigration.
It ain't new to this current Congress.
Think back to "Quincy", when they ran a show about
so-called "orphan drugs" and the need for gov't (taxpayer)
funding and incentives to the drug/research companies.
Soon afterwards, Jack Klugman (the actor who portrated Quincy)
appeared in front of Congress...
Hmm... in looking for a cite I found an official FDA historical
page mentioning this... from back in 1981
Knowledge may be power, but communications is the key
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