Board cites need to reassess program's direction; moratorium surprises many in scientific community
Alice Fordyce, executive vice president of the Lasker Foundation and Mary Lasker's sister, says a moratorium was deemed necessary because "the foundation wished to take this time to review our whole program, our prior commitments, and our future objectives." Board members realized that "that would take some time," and that...
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