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Scientists Swap Genes in Human Stem Cellsby Associated Press(as published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)February 10th, 2003
Averting the clone age [PDF]Prospects and perils of human developmental manipulationby Stuart NewmanJournal of Contemporary Health Law and PolicyNovember 30th, 2002
The Body Shopby Ralph BraveThe NationApril 22nd, 2002Ralph Brave discusses cloning-based stem cell research and other human biotechnologies in this review of "Our Posthuman Future" by Francis Fukuyama.
Use of Cloning to Tailor Treatment Has Big Hurdles, Including Costby Andrew PollackThe New York Times December 18th, 2001
EMBRYO CLONING AND STEM CELL RESEARCHGenetic CrossroadsAugust 18th, 2001
Mixing Business with Stem Cellsby Neil MunroNational JournalJuly 21st, 2001Scientists engaged in the public debate over stem cells are both disinterested scientists and very interested entrepreneurs.
Can They Rebuild Us?by Peter Aldhous NatureApril 5th, 2001
POINTERS Genetic CrossroadsSeptember 10th, 1999
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Proposition 71 – A SummaryThe California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is a state agency that was created by the passage of Proposition 71 in November 2004. The CIRM will distribute $3 billion of public money to fund stem cell research and build research facilities over the next ten years. The CIRM is mandated to prioritize funding for embryonic stem cell research and research cloning.
Stem Cell TechnologiesStem cells are unspecialized cells capable of developing into a variety of specialized cells and tissues. Researchers are investigating how to culture them and control their differentiation, in the hope that they can be used to generate tissues or organs to treat a variety of diseases.
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