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Michael Fumento

Special Guest

Biography:

Michael Fumento is an author, journalist, and attorney specializing in science and health issues. He is a science columnist for Scripps-Howard and a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. He received his undergraduate degree while serving in the Army and in 1985 he graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Law.

He has been a legal writer for the Washington Times, editorial writer for the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, and was the first "National Issues" reporter for Investor's Business Daily. Mr. Fumento has lectured on science and health issues throughout the nation and the world. He has authored five books, and many of his articles have appeared in several national publications around the world.

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Biotechnology Developments

Author and Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Michael Fumento discussed biotechnology and what he believes are the positive scientific advances that are coming with it. ... More »

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