Why “Successful” Mouse “Therapeutic” Cloning Really Didn’t Work

Date: 09/13/2002

So-called “therapeutic” cloning is proposed for producing genetically matched tissues for transplant by creating a cloned embryo of the patient …

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Parkinson’s Treatment Using ESCs Still Lags Behind Adult Stem Cell Progress

Date: 06/24/2002

In addition to publishing Dr. Catherine Verfaillie’s research proving the pluripotency of adult stem cells, the current issue of Nature …

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Peer-Reviewed Study Proves: Adult Stem Cell Can Become Any Tissue Type

Date: 06/20/2002

Researchers at the University of Minnesota, led by Dr. Catherine Verfaillie, have proved the ability of an adult bone marrow …

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Adult Skin Cells Reprogrammed Without Cloning

Date: 06/19/2002

A team of scientists from Norway has succeeded in coaxing one type of adult cell to start behaving like a …

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Stem Cells From Cloning Too Defective for Treating Disease

Date: 06/18/2002

Reporting 5/27/02 on a study appearing in the journal Nature Genetics, the Independent of London writes: “Plans to clone human …

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Science Contradicts Senator Feinstein

Date: 06/17/2002

Speaking 6/14/02 on the floor of the Senate, Senator Diane Feinstein said in defense of her legislation to allow human …

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Embryonic Stem Cell Researchers Question Cloning

Date: 06/12/2002

Even many scientists who support embryonic stem cell (ESC) research have expressed serious doubts that so-called therapeutic cloning will ever …

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Only Way to Treat Spinal Cord Injuries?

Date: 06/11/2002

In testimony 3/5/02 before the Senate Subcommittee on Health in support of human embryonic cloning in order to obtain embryonic …

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Only Way to Cure Lou Gehrig’s Disease?

Date: 06/10/2002

“Well, I would start with ALS, and I think you could bring in any responsible scientist from any respectable institution …

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Cloned Fetus Provides New Tissues

Date: 06/03/2002

Several news organizations are today reporting on a study published in the June issue of Nature Biotechnology in which researchers …

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