Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Tag: Cancer

Embryonic Stem Cell Research Likely Won’t Cure Any Diseases

LifeNews.com Note: Wesley J. Smith is a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and a special consultant to the Center for Bioethics and Culture....

Human cloning for therapeutic purposes isn’t likely to pan out.

Ian Wilmut, co-creator of Dolly the cloned sheep, wants your tax dollars to pay Big Biotech and their business partners in elite university life-science...

Freezing Cord Blood and Stem Cells – Should You or Shouldn’t You?

PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 2004--The mere mention of stem cell research can stimulate a heated discussion among the medical and non-medical crowd alike. However, there...

₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research

A ₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research was announced today, 27th May, promising to speed the development of new treatments and cures from...

The Hartford and U.S. Paralympics In Annapolis to Promote ‘Ability’ in the Workplace

National Tour Educates American Companies on Hiring, Retaining Employees with Disabilities SIMSBURY, Conn., May 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Hartford Financial Services Group (NYSE: HIG -...

Inflated Promise, Distorted Facts

As senators make moves, a walk through the stem-cell fray. A few weeks ago, 206 congressmen sent a letter to President Bush demanding increased federal...

Glimmers of hope as scientists continue their search for the ‘next big thing’

Are stem cells the holy grail for medical research? Donna Chisholm reports on the scientific advances that might help in the battle against disease. If Dr...

Independent Voter Support for Ending Bush Limits on Stem Cell Lines is Strong

WASHINGTON, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Two out of three voters in 18 key states support overriding the Bush administration's limits on federal government funding...

Stem-cell funds slow in coming

Potential returns may be years away, and society’s moral concerns make investors nervous SEATTLE — Whoever learns to control embryonic stem cells that can morph...

Govt backs Wallaby gene research

THE Victorian government has backed a $12 million study of a wallaby species that might lead to better treatments for cancer and spinal cord...