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Whenever taxpayers are asked to foot the bill for medical innovation, they justifiably expect improved treatments, but the hype exceeds the reality. Public support for science is awarded to institutions with multi-million dollar budget funding expensive buildings, administrative costs, equipment and supplies leaving little to improve patient care.  As a consequence, large investments result in little technological innovation. The following video is one mother's agony at the inability to help her son recover from a spinal cord injury using stem cells, representing the majority of patient experiences.

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