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Adult Stem Cells Help Young Woman Conquer Lupus

Washington, DC |   | 3/20/14 11:58 AM

Bioethics

Babies Save Lives — Their Own and Others With Their Umbilical Cord Stem Cells

Washington, DC |   | 2/14/14 7:35 PM

Bioethics

This year we mark the 41st anniversary of the onset of tragedy; a tragedy because of the horrific loss of life, and many more lives than we realize.

Save a Baby’s Life, Save Two Lives with Umbilical Cord Blood

Washington, DC |   | 1/22/14 4:10 PM

Bioethics

This year we mark the 41st anniversary of the onset of tragedy; a tragedy because of the horrific loss of life, and many more lives than we realize.

Adult Stem Cells and Family’s Love Help Young Father Beat Leukemia

Washington, DC |   | 11/11/13 11:08 AM

Bioethics

Science 101: Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells are Not Human Embryos

Washington, DC |   | 9/4/13 5:22 PM

Bioethics

The scientific advances come at a dizzying pace—stem cells, cloning, lab-grown organs, 3-parent embryos.  Many of these experiments pose significant ethical challenges. 

Scientists Use Ethical Stem Cells Grow Human Liver Tissue

Tokyo, Japan |   | 7/7/13 12:13 PM

Bioethics

Possible HIV “Cure” is a Victory for Adult Stem Cell Research

Washington, DC |   | 7/5/13 5:49 PM

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The news of two men supposedly being cured from HIV (only the 3rd and 4th people ever to be cured) is cause for celebration for those promoting ethical adult stem cells, and provides motivation to increase adult stem cell research.

Kidney Transplant With No Anti-Rejection Drugs? Thank Adult Stem Cells

Washington, DC |   | 6/4/13 3:53 PM

Bioethics

Rob Waddell has had a kidney transplant, but he takes no anti-rejection drugs to prevent his body from rejecting the transplanted kidney.

Scientists Clone and Kill Human Embryos for Dubious Research

Washington, DC |   | 5/15/13 3:13 PM

Bioethics

Scientists in Oregon announced today that they had created cloned human embryos, and then destroyed the embryos to extract embryonic stem cells.

Scientists Can Identify Your Name, Identity Using Your DNA

Washington, DC |   | 1/21/13 6:59 PM

Bioethics
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