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Stem cell head should quit, group says [California][Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Laura MecoySacramento BeeJanuary 18th, 2006"Robert Klein II, the campaign chairman who became the head of the state's stem cell agency's board, should step down from that job because of his failed leadership, the Center for Genetics and Society said Wednesday."
Opinion: A closer look at stem cell researchby M. L. Tina Stevens and Diane BeesonOakland TribuneJanuary 18th, 2006Tina Stevens and Diane Beeson assert that the stem cell research scandal is not about Hwang but the hyped and commercialized institution of modern science.
Disgraced cloning pioneer could keep his patentsby Barry FoxNew ScientistJanuary 18th, 2006"A patent application, filed by disgraced stem cell scientist Woo Suk Hwang and colleagues and based on work now admitted to be fabricated, may nevertheless be granted, a New Scientist investigation has found."
Public interest group gives the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine poor grades for its performanceThe Center for Genetics and Society releases progress report calling for effective oversight and responsible researchThe Center for Genetics and SocietyJanuary 18th, 2006The Center for Genetics and Society (CGS), a public interest and advocacy group, today released a comprehensive progress report critically evaluating the first year of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), the agency running California's new multi-billion dollar stem cell research program. The report assesses the CIRM's performance, assigns grades in key areas, and offers specific policy recommendations. The overall grade it assigns for the CIRM's first year is C-.
Editorial: Promises to keepLos Angeles TimesJanuary 17th, 2006The LA Times, in a detailed editorial, issues a broad critique of the California stem cell research program and its authorizing law, Proposition 71.
Cash on hold, but stem cell work on [California]by Rebecca VeselyOakland TribuneJanuary 17th, 2006"Beset by legal woes, California's stem cell institute likely won't see voter-approved funds for another 15 months, yet its president said support for scientific research will continue."
Presidential Science Aide Got Funding from HwangChosun IlboJanuary 17th, 2006"The presidential advisor for science and technology Park Ky-young admitted Tuesday to a conflict of interest arising from W250 million (US$250,000) in research grants she received from the disgraced cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk."
Hold scientists accountableby Richard HayesThe Baltimore SunJanuary 17th, 2006
Opinion: Michael Cook: Back to taws on ethicsby Michael CookThe AustralianJanuary 13th, 2006"What happened in Korea puts into question far more than the technology of therapeutic cloning."
Stem cell experts keep active while funds lag in limboby Terri SomersSan Diego Union TribuneJanuary 13th, 2006"It will take at least 15 months for California's new stem cell institute to resolve court challenges and gain access to $3 billion that voters agreed to spend on the research, the institute's president said yesterday. "
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