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Doctors sidestep laws to import stem cell 'bank'Telegraph (London)November 22nd, 2005"A vast 'bank' of human stem cells is to be brought to Britain, bringing hope of new cures for fatal genetic diseases but fuelling ethical concerns about embryo research."
S. Korean Stem Cell Team Paid Women for Eggsby Rick WeissWashington PostNovember 22nd, 2005"The head of a Seoul fertility clinic associated with an embattled Korean stem cell researcher said yesterday that he paid 16 women for their eggs, according to a South Korean newspaper report."
Donor Issue Slows Stem Cell Progress: S. Korea Crisis May Affect U.S. Debateby Rick WeissWashington PostNovember 20th, 2005"An ethics crisis at one of the world's most successful human embryonic stem cell laboratories has plunged the controversial field of research into a new swirl of uncertainty, with U.S. scientists nervously wondering [of a] political backlash."
Scrambled eggs [California]by Tali WoodwardSan Francisco Bay GuardianNovember 16th, 2005"Could an international stem cell consortium make San Francisco the center of an emerging market in human ova?"
Stem cell initiative cleared for petition gathering [Missouri]Associated PressNovember 15th, 2005Signatures are being gathered in Missouri to place on the next statewide ballot a proposed constitutional amendment that would protect research cloning.
'Stem cell hub' cloning network project foldingby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleNovember 15th, 2005"A global consortium designed to pursue a controversial type of stem cell research involving cloned embryos is collapsing amid ethical questions surrounding human egg donations in South Korea. "
Stem-Cell Rift Shows Difficulty Obtaining Eggsby Antonio RegaladoWall Street JournalNovember 14th, 2005"THE BREAKUP of a U.S.-Korean scientific partnership on Friday may derail what supporters had hoped would become a promising source of research into cloning and human embryonic stem cells."
Editorial: Science and DemocracySan Francisco ChronicleNovember 13th, 2005"Now that California taxpayers know that the $3 billion ($6 billion with debt service) that they voted in 2004 to spend on stem-cell research may possibly be an outright grant of money for research rather than an investment, does it make a difference?"
U.S. Scientist Leaves Joint Stem Cell Projectby Rick WeissWashington PostNovember 12th, 2005"A leading University of Pittsburgh researcher on embryonic stem cells said yesterday that he will disengage from a recently launched collaboration with a team of world-renowned South Korean scientists..."
World Stem Cell Foundation: End Run Around Oversight?Genetic CrossroadsNovember 10th, 2005
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