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February 20th, 2004

Extropy Institute's Vital Progress Summit

Abstract:
Extropy Institute has invited top scientific, technological, and cultural thinkers to address President Bush's Bioethics Council Report released in October and exchange ideas on helping the public better understand how biotechnology and science can improve and extend life. The Internet-based Vital Progress Summit is presenting a two-week virtual discussion and debate on President Bush's Bioethics Council's ultraconservative report Beyond Therapy starting February 15 through 29.

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