David Prentice, Ph.D.

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Nobel Laureate Promotes Human Cloning, Destroying Human Lives
Washington, DC | 12/26/12

Adult Stem Cell Research Pioneers Deserve More Attention
Washington, DC | 11/21/12

It was very heartening to see Dr. Shinya Yamanaka recognized with the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine [1], for his work in development of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells), an ethical route to create pluripotent stem cells [2]. Even more heartening was Dr. Yamanaka’s rationale for creation of iPS cells, and his ultimate aim, the patients:

Dick Cheney’s Change of Heart: Liberals Still Complain
Washington, DC | 3/30/12

Liberals have been complaining about Cheney ever since Bush v. Gore. And they’ve wanted him to have a change of heart. Now, he has a change of heart. And they are still complaining!

First Report on Embryonic Stem Cells in Patients: Results TBD
Washington, DC | 1/24/12

Turning a blind eye toward both good science and good ethics, the embryonic stem cell and cloning company, Advanced Cell Technology (ACT), has published a very preliminary online report regarding their first two patients injected with embryonic stem cell derivatives.

Man’s Life Saved With Artificial Trachea Using Stem Cells
Washington, DC | 1/16/12

Obama Makes Taxpayers Fund More Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Washington, DC | 1/13/12

NIH Director Francis Collins has approved four more human embryonic stem cell lines as eligible for federal taxpayer funding. The latest approval brings the total to 146.

Adult Stem Cell Studies in Mice Combat Aging Effects
Washington, DC | 1/4/12

Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have shown that adult stem cells from muscle of young mice can improve the health and extend the life of aged mice.

Obama’s Christmas Present: More Embryonic Stem Cell Funding
Washington, DC | 12/23/11

Just in time for Christmas, NIH Director Francis Collins has approved more human embryonic stem cell lines for taxpayer funding, bringing the total number of hESC lines at the federal trough to 142.

Battle Over Obama’s Embryonic Research Funding Moves Ahead
Washington, DC | 12/22/11

In case you missed it, the appeal that was filed in the federal embryonic stem cell lawsuit regarding taxpayer funding, Sherley and Deisher et al. v. Sebelius et al., is moving forward.

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