Monthly Archives: September 2016

Economist Charles Schultze has died

Economic adviser to President Carter, Charles L. Schultze, died yesterday at age 91. His book, “Memos to the President” is one of the first economics books I read but kept wondering “How do I know he is right?” That’s macro … Continue reading

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Young man with spinal cord injury regains use of hands and arms after stem cell therapy

Kevin McCormack discusses encouraging phase II trial news at his blog: Young man with spinal cord injury regains use of hands and arms after stem cell therapy The treatment seemed to start showing effectiveness after two weeks and at three … Continue reading

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