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Ethical Standards for Stem Cell Research [MP3]by Sarah VarneyThe California ReportFebruary 10th, 2006The governing body that oversees California's stem cell agency is expected to adopt sweeping regulations today that will direct everything from egg donation to disciplining researchers who violate the new laws.
State's stem-cell research needs independent oversightby Jesse ReynoldsSan Jose Mercury NewsFebruary 10th, 2006"After months of pressure from public-interest groups and legislators, the policies to be considered finally address many of the concerns raised by the critics. But some essential gaps remain to be filled."
Proposed Policies for the California Stem Cell Program Leave GapsFebruary 9th, 2006
Cloning: Do we even need eggs?by Phyllida BrownNatureFebruary 9th, 2006"Less than a month ago, investigators at Seoul National University in South Korea announced that cloning researcher Woo Suk Hwang had lied when he claimed his team cloned human embryos with relative ease and produced stem cells from them."
Ova donors demand compensation from governmentAsiaNews.itFebruary 7th, 2006More than 35 women_s groups say ova donors should have been informed about donations_ side-effects, but no one did so.
Cloning 'pioneer' donated research funds to politiciansNewScientist.comFebruary 6th, 2006"Disgraced cloning expert Woo-Suk Hwang has admitted making donations to politicians using funds donated for his research, said South Korean state auditors on Monday."
State laws bypass research banChristian Science MonitorFebruary 1st, 2006"Stem-cell initiatives flowing from legislatures and governors' offices continue to gather steam, including some that permit controversial human cloning to generate embryonic stem cells."
Korea and beyond: Hwang faces criminal charges as the scandal widens to the United StatesGenetic CrossroadsJanuary 27th, 2006
Women's eggs for research: Scandal expandsGenetic CrossroadsJanuary 27th, 2006
Calls for effective oversight and regulationGenetic CrossroadsJanuary 27th, 2006
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