|Title:||Virginia Commonwealth University Poll # 2003-LIFE: VCU Life Sciences Survey, 2003 [USVIRGCU2003-LIFE]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Virginia Commonwealth University--Division of Life Sciences|
|Survey Firm:||Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Public Policy|
|Study Date:||September 3-26, 2003|
Developments in new technology have/have not helped make society better (1); scientific research (3); new technology used in medicine does/does not allow people to live longer and better (1); favor/oppose medical research that uses stem cells from human embryos (1); human cloning technology (5); changing a baby's genetic characteristics (2); how likely would respondent be to use genetic therapies if it meant living longer (1); agree/disagree that "[s]ometimes new developments More...
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Virginia Commonwealth University--Division of Life Sciences. Virginia Commonwealth University Poll # 2003-LIFE: VCU Life Sciences Survey, 2003, Sep, 2003 [dataset]. USVIRGCU2003-LIFE, Version 2. Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Public Policy [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed May-26-2018.
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