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Federal and global guidelines on stem cell research offer a level playing field

Once again, some Wisconsin legislators are pushing state restrictions on human embryonic stem cell research restrictions that would effectively move beyond President Bush's 2001 order and put Wisconsin's homegrown researchers at a competitive disadvantage.

Rather than adding a layer of unnecessary regulation, state lawmakers should await guidance from two ......

Full article >>> he Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation and WiCell. Wisconsin researchers have always used stem cell lines that met the 2001 order so why impose another layer of regulation that could stymie state and even private investment?

That question is timely now that the National Academy of Sciences, the nation's leading scientific advisory board, has announced it will set up a committee to prov......

Full article >>> he British press, Dr. Ruth Faden of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., noted: "For the first time, stem cell investigators and ethicists have identified specific guidance for how science and society should respond in the face of conflicting national laws and values governing stem cell science."

Stem cell research is taking place around the nation and around the world. A combinat......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/28/06


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