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Editorial: Rogue operatorSacramento BeeMay 22nd, 2005The California stem cell research "institute's oversight board needs to demonstrate some oversight of Klein. They also should look for ways to compromise with Ortiz, so this institute can get on with the job of finding lifesaving therapies."
Major advance in stem cell researchby Carl T. HallSan Francisco Chronicle May 20th, 2005Biologists in South Korea reported Thursday the creation of the first stem cell lines engineered to carry the DNA of patients with chronic disease and injury, a development hailed by some as perhaps the most significant technical advance for regenerative medicine since stem cells were isolated from human embryos in 1998.
Schr”der Said Mulling Cloning Policy Switch [Germany]Deutsche WelleMay 20th, 2005"Encouraged by recent cloning successes in South Korea, German Chancellor Gerhard Schr”der reportedly wants to ease restrictions on stem cell research in Germany."
New Cloning Study and Federal Stem Cell Bill Highlight Need for Strong Biotechnology OversightProgressive public interest group calls Castle-DeGette bill "a step in the right direction, but tougher oversight is still needed."May 20th, 2005
Stem-cell board too close to industry, critics worrySan Jose Mercury NewsMay 19th, 2005"California's new stem-cell institute is poised to begin spending $3 billion in public money for research, but watchdogs are worried about whether the board can distribute the money free of industry influence."
Stem cell research conflict bill moves a step closer to ballotKnight RidderMay 19th, 2005An amendment to the initiative that authorized the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine unanimously passed its second Senate committee.
Opinion: Stem Cell Agency on Errant Fast Trackby Michael HiltzikLos Angeles TimesMay 16th, 2005Times' columnist Michael Hiltzik writes that the "California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has behaved not like the state agency it is, but with the arrogance of a private corporation that happens to be playing with the taxpayers' cash."
First test for stem-cell institute -- moneyFunding mechanism must avoid conflict of interestby Jesse ReynoldsSan Francisco ChronicleMay 15th, 2005
France sets up agency for medical bioethicsAgence France-PresseMay 10th, 2005France inaugurated a specialised agency for approving research on embryonic stem cells and vetting organ donations and other bioethics issues.
Stem cell panel goes to work on fundingby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleMay 10th, 2005"Short-term bonds to fill the gap until lawsuit is resolved" but critics warn that conflicts will arise if the leadership of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine solicit contributions.
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