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Why the Senate should ease stem cell restrictions

Madison, Wis. - Dr. Jamie Thomson and his colleagues at Madison's WiCell Research Institute announced early this year they had developed two new lines of stem cells "fed" through a culture medium free of animal proteins. The breakthrough was hailed in scientific circles because it moved stem-cell research a step closer to c......

Full article >>> lding blocks of human life; all organs and tissues "stem" from these basic cells. Given time and more resources, scientists believe stem cells will eventually yield knowledge that could help victims of diabetes, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, spinal cord injuries, and heart disease, for example.

Opponents have dwelled on the fact that embryonic stem cells come from donated embryos produced by ......

Full article >>> ls during long-term culture, and that challenge cuts to the heart of current restrictions on federally funded stem-cell research. Researchers across the United States have called for opening up new stem cell lines for federal research funding because the older lines have been shown to accumulate genetic mutations. Those mutations don't prevent research, but they stand in the way of future clinical......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 07/17/06


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