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Stem Cell Tears — MercatorNet

September 14, 2010 • Posted in Resource Room

Appeals Court Lifts Ban on Stem Cell Funding — Washington Post

September 11, 2010 • Posted in Resource Room

European Society of Cardiology: Bone Marrow Cells May Help Heal Hearts

September 7, 2010 • Posted in Atlas

Obama stem cell regulations temporarily blocked

August 23, 2010 • Posted in Atlas

Some PD Dyskinesia Linked to Serotonin

July 22, 2010 • Posted in Medicine & Health

After fetal tissue transplants for Parkinson’s disease, “most patients” after a time experienced involuntary movements:  the cause?

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Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today Published: June 30, 2010

Vatican enters field of adult stem cell research

May 26, 2010 • Posted in Atlas

Stem Cell Lines on Hold

May 12, 2010 • Posted in Resource Room

Don’t Ignore What an Embryo Is

April 13, 2010 • Posted in Stem Cell Research

Originally published by The Tennessean, Invited Opinion, 12/31/2008 (used by permission)

Change is today’s political buzzword.  President-elect Obama has promised lots of change.  One change anticipated is an executive order authorizing funding for embryonic stem cell research (ESCR).  Why? Private, state, and limited federal monies are already being used.  Since the hoped-for cures have not materialized, more is demanded: more money and more embryos.  Looking to the deep pockets of the NIH for a decade, embryonic stem cell researchers, joined by various celebrities, continue to extend their hands for additional tax-dollars

Embryonic stem cell research has been going on for a long time.  I attended a “25 Years of more

Australia licenses cloning of embryos for stem cell research

April 12, 2010 • Posted in Australia/Oceania

Embryonic Stem Cell Research

April 12, 2010 • Posted in Latin America

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