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STEM CELL CONTROVERSIES CONTINUE TO GROWGenetic CrossroadsMay 31st, 2005
Fast-moving cloning developments spark new worriesby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleMay 30th, 2005"Rapid advances in cloning technology have prompted new warnings of lax oversight in one of the most controversial -- and confusing -- realms of science."
Editorial: No compromise on stem cell research conflictsSacramento BeeMay 29th, 2005The Sac Bee asserts that Sen. Deborah Ortiz "is giving up too much.... With $3 billion at stake and a chance to do this right, Ortiz and the Senate should put the public interest first."
Editorial: Stem cell compromiseSacramento BeeMay 26th, 2005The Sac Bee recommends specific policies for California's stem cell program to adopt in order to avert legislative intervention.
Editorial: Stem Cell Research AccountabilityLos Angeles TimesMay 26th, 2005The LA Times editorial board, which supported Proposition 71, backs the Ortiz-Runner reforms of California's stem cell research program.
Moral Values Come to the Bay Areaby Chris ThompsonEast Bay ExpressMay 25th, 2005Following November's election, right-wing Christians are increasingly bringing the fight here to the East Bay.
Stem-cell oversight bill is criticizedby Steve JohnsonSan Jose Mercury NewsMay 24th, 2005"The board overseeing California's new $3 billion stem-cell institute on Monday denounced a bill in the Legislature intended to strengthen state oversight of the program, claiming the measure would cripple its research and its ability to help the sick."
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."
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