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January 7th, 2007
Ghana: Who is Arthur Kobina Kennedy?
On research and development, he is the first candidate to openly argue for funding for researchers in stem cell technology and nanotechnology.
Kennedy recognises that as the world gets smaller, Ghana and indeed Africa must be able to find vaccines for the numerous tropical diseases that kill millions of Africans each year, and find a cure for malaria.
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