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There's a new dynamic in the stem cell debate

Madison, Wis. - The United States Catholic Bishops did not waver, and after some initial signs of hesitation, neither did the White House.

Wisconsin Right to Life, however, is not yet prepared to rule out a new method of deriving stem cells from human embryos that does not d......

Full article >>> the Green Campaign, said the Republican gubernatorial candidate is encouraged by the news. "He thinks this is a very promising development in stem cell research, and it's clear that we may be able to conduct this research without grappling with some of these signficant ethical questions," Punzenberger said.

New method

Researchers believe human embryonic stem cell research ......

Full article >>> gy is successful in securing a patent for its method of deriving stem cells when WARF not only holds patents for its method, derived by University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher James Thomson, but also a composition-of-matter patent on all embryonic stem cells?

WARF manages inventions by UW-Madison professors and claims United States patents on all human......

Full article >>> undation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, believes they would. "They would claim the right to human embryonic stem cell patents derived in this [new] way," Simpson stated.

He also said the new method of deriving stem cells doesn't make the WARF patent a moot point because it hasn't been replicated elsewhere, and the research community still isn't sure how robust it is.

"It's......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 08/24/06


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