Some of the most important work in Michigan’s stem cell research doesn’t occur in a lab or petri dish.

It’s in a Bloomfield Hills office filled with books on art and architecture and pictures of grandkids and the likes of Bill Clinton. At a maple-veneered desk, A. Alfred Taubman wields the kind of influence that comes with eight-digit donations and the acumen that built a shopping mall empire.

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