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Governor O’Malley celebrated to least $ 200 million in the in stem cell research investment over ten years, and include stem cell research is as a priority in the Bio2020 initiative of announced this past summer. Maryland is home to a of the three biggest stem cell funds throughout the United States, and unlike many of the other, the money goes directly to research laboratories, these institutions help you drive the potential for for life-saving solutions. FY09 funding for the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund of has $ 18 million.