Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: Polls

Bush vetoes bill aimed at promoting stem cell research

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vetoing a stem cell bill for the second time, President Bush on Wednesday sought to placate those who disagree with him...

Stem Cells 101

What it is (and isn't), why it's promising, and who can benefit. Embryonic Stem Cells Hold Tremendous Promise The suffering of millions could end These cells could...

House OKs Stem Cell Research Bill

(WASHINGTON) — The Democratic-controlled House Thursday passed a bill bolstering embryonic stem cell research that advocates say shows promise for numerous medical cures. But the...

Celling a Strategy

Opposition to embryo-destroying research is not a losing issue. At least it shouldn’t be. “How can you side with those people?” In 2002, a paralyzed research...

Bay Area tackles stem cell debate

If you're paralyzed from a spinal cord injury, walking is the least of your worries. Tara Blackwell can't grasp an apple. She needs help to...

Stem-cell researchers welcome midterm results

The dramatic change in the US political landscape after Tuesday’s midterm elections will likely have a big effect on stem-cell research, experts say. Researchers who...

CU enters stem cell big league

AURORA - The University of Colorado has scored a $6 million gift from Denver's Gates family and gained a top Texas researcher, two major...

Moving Stem Cells Front and Center

IRVINE, Calif. - Hans S. Keirstead might be the Pied Piper of stem cells - and not just because he makes rats walk. He...

Reagan and P-I wrong about stem cells

One of the primary responsibilities of any editorial is to get the facts right. Unfortunately, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's editorial extolling Ron Reagan's speech at...