CAMR

AcronymDefinition
CAMRClean Air Mercury Rule
CAMRCoalition for the Advancement of Medical Research
CAMRCamera
CAMRCentre for Applied Microbiology and Research
CAMRColin Archer Memorial Race (Netherlands to Norway sailing race)
CamRChloramphenicol Resistance (gene)
CAMRCisco Access Metro Router
CAMRChorioathetosis with Mental Retardation and Abnormal Behavior
CAMRCenter for Alternative Medicine and Research and Education (Harvard Medical School; also seen as CAMRE)
CAMRCenteralized Autonomous Message Reporting (Alcatel)
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Founded in 2001 with a mission to protect regenerative medicine and secure federal funding and oversight for human embryonic stem cell research, CAMR has been the nation's leading bipartisan pro-cures coalition.
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21) Both bills are intended to facilitate the issuing of compulsory licenses by simplifying the conditions and requirements provided in the original CAMR (see Appendix 1).
To be sure, CAMR was created not as a genuine public health effort, but as a Prime Minister's vanity project.
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After almost four and a half years in the CAMR process, Apotex is the only company to have submitted, received approval, and then negotiated through the very complex CAMR process.
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But the only research CAMR seeks to advance concerns embryos; indeed, it's the nation's largest ESC lobbying group.
In 2001, the National Institutes of Health estimated that 60 lines were available, but Daniel Perry, president of CAMR, said that the number was actually closer to 19.