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March 31, 2005 Newsletter

Genetic Crossroads
March 31st, 2005

NOTABLE QUOTE

"It would appear from all the indications thus far that the [California] stem cell program is being formed largely to benefit the rich at the expense of the poor and ethnic minority population."

- John Yuasa, health policy director, Greenlining Institute (March 9)


STEM CELL CONTROVERSIES CONTINUE TO GROWGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2005
CALIFORNIA STEM CELL PROGRAM UNDER FIRE; CRITICS INCLUDE PROP. 71 SUPPORTERSGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2005
United Nations calls for Bans on Human CloningGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2005On Tuesday, March 8, after four years of debate, the United Nations General Assembly voted on a declaration calling for bans on the creation of clonal human embryos for research, as well as on reproductive cloning.
California Bill To Ban Cloned And Genetically Modified PetsGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2005
FoE Condemns Athletic "Gene Doping"Genetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2005Friends of the Earth President Dr. Brent Blackwelder testified before the US House Government Reform Committee hearings on steroid use in baseball to urge they consider action to ban athletic "gene doping."
NEWSGenetic CrossroadsMarch 31st, 2005
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