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February 23, 2006 Newsletter

Genetic Crossroads
February 23rd, 2006

Rethinking research cloning?Genetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006
California stem cell program still missing the markGenetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006
Research cloning scandal grows to include fraud, kickbacks, and bribesGenetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006
University tries to downplay US researcher's role in cloning fraudGenetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006
Eggs for research: Endangering women's health?Genetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006The cloning scandal has highlighted the hazards that procuring eggs for research will pose for women's health. It is important to remember that women's eggs are necessary only for research that involves cloning, and that the emphasis put on this technique by some stem cell scientists may be misplaced.
The World Economic Forum addresses human biotechnologiesGenetic CrossroadsFebruary 23rd, 2006George Annas writes about governing the emerging human biotechnologies in Global Agenda, the official publication of the World Economic Forum. Annas is chair of the Health Law Department at the Boston University School of Public Health and co-founder of Global Lawyers & Physicians.
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