BOSTON (CBS) – Governor Deval Patrick’s trip overseas is proving to be a success.

The governor announced today he was able to work out a strategic partnership between the UMass Human Stem Cell Bank and Registry and the United Kingdom Stem Cell Bank.

The two stem cell banks agree to share their best practices and to collaborate on standards for stem cell production.

“This agreement is an important step toward advancing groundbreaking scientific research, developing life-saving cures and building the life sciences economy of the future in both Massachusetts and the UK,” said Governor Patrick.

“Stem cell research has already led to exciting new developments in medicine and is at the forefront of 21st century medical exploration. We are excited to play a critical role in that progress.”

Patrick was in the United Kingdom on the second leg of his business tour.

John Hailer, CEO of Natixis talks to WBZ NewsRadio 1030 about Governor Patrick’s visit to the U.K.

Patrick spent last week meeting potential business partners in Israel.

The governor says the trip was s till a success, pointing out that he was able to build stronger personal relationships in that country.

Comments (3)
  1. blackbear1 says:

    O yeah, he talked and talked and talked, just like his friend, our erstwhile President. Speeches, more speeches, more rhetoric!!

  2. jerry says:

    Stop wasting our hard earned dollors to benefit your stupid presidency run . devals nothing but all for himself and his career , he could care aless about doing his real job , all he does is give his friends jobs that have been vacant for years and take trips on our dime for really a vacation . Stop wasting our money and if you really want to help the people out get off your lazy ass and fill in these dam potholes do something worth while in your position .

  3. Stem Cells bank says:

    Here the two stem cell banks agree to share their best practices and to collaborate.

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