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Echoes of eugenics movement in stem cell debateby Carl T. HallSan Francisco ChronicleOctober 24th, 2005"Historians are drawing some intriguing connections between the contemporary debate over human embryonic stem cell research and California's unsavory, and mostly forgotten, eugenics movement of the last century."
An Offshore Haven for Human Embryonic Stem-Cell Research?New England Journal of MedicineOctober 20th, 2005South Korean researchers "planning to offer researchers in the United States and other countries a chance to work with such cell lines without having to make them themselves."
Stem-Cell WonderlandWill cures be affordable to all?by Ralph BraveSacramento News & ReviewOctober 20th, 2005Ralph Brave reviews the tensions between the realities and promises of stem cell research and California's Proposition 71. In a sidebar, he touches on the importance of intellectual property rights.
Clinic searching for egg donors [California]by Lisa M. KriegerSan Jose Mercury NewsOctober 20th, 2005"A San Francisco fertility clinic will recruit Bay Area women to provide eggs for stem cell research, helping build the world's first-ever bank of cloned embryos."
New Stem-Cell Methods Fall Shortby Kristen PhilipkoskiWiredOctober 19th, 2005Headlines this week trumpeted a possible solution to the embryonic stem-cell research conundrum. But religious leaders and other watchdog groups are not so sure.
Korean stem-cell lab will bypass ethical issuesCanWest News Service / Edmonton JournalOctober 19th, 2005"An 'offshore haven' for human embryonic stem-cell research is being created to sidestep legal, ethical and political barriers to such experiments in North America."
New Stem Cell Research Techniques Fail To Address Troubling QuestionsKey issues unconnected to embryos are still missing from the stem cell debateOctober 17th, 2005
Opinion: State needs return on investment in stem-cell studiesby Jerry Flanagan and Deborah BurgerSan Jose Mercury NewsOctober 11th, 2005Representatives of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights and the California Nurses Association argue that California should have a share of any profits from state funded stem cell research.
Embryonic stateCommittee sorting out ethics (issues) of California's stem cell research program moving slowlyby Sandi DolbeeSan Diego Union TribuneOctober 10th, 2005Nearly a year after voters authorized a $3 billion investment for stem cell research in this state, the committee formed to sort out the ethical and medical details have only taken baby steps.
Editorial: Save the Stem CellsThe Daily CalifornianOctober 4th, 2005UC Berkeley's student newspaper: "[T]he state legislature may make a big mistake by adopting provisions of the 1980 Bayh-Dole Patent and Trademark Act.... But Bayh-Dole benefits industry more than it helps universities."
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