Category Archives: Emb. Stem Cells

Court won’t stop embryonic stem cell research

Junk science is not against the law. Continue reading

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Hope for SMU: Response to: ‘Keep America pro-science’

We spotlighted yesterday a “pro-science” commentary by a voice performance major in the SMU student newspaper. Here’s a student response. Continue reading

Gingrich vows to ban embryonic stem-cell research

But he was for it before he was against it. Continue reading

More embryonic stem cell hype?

What should we make of the news that embryonic stem cell therapy may have helped improve vision in two patients? Continue reading

IBD: California’s Stem Cell Solyndra

Seven years after the California ballot initiative to fund embryonic stem cell research, taxpayers have gotten zilch — JunkScience.com predicted this outcome. Continue reading

Fail: First embryonic stem cell trial halted

More evidence of why taxpayers have become the investor-of-last-resort for the embryonic stem cell pipedream. Continue reading

EU Court: OK to destroy embryos, but not to patent their destruction

“Europe’s top court on Tuesday banned researchers from patenting any process to extract stem cells when it leads to the destruction of a human embryo.” (Agence France Presse)

More embryonic stem cell junk

So have scientists generated “genetically tailored stem cells” Or is this just more embryonic stem cell hype? Continue reading

Stumping for Stem Cells

By Steven Milloy
October 18, 2004, FoxNews.com

The most recent poll on California’s Proposition 71 (search) concerning state funding of embryonic stem cell research indicates that 46 percent of likely voters support the measure, 39 percent oppose it and 15 percent are undecided. Continue reading

It Might Not Have Been a Clone

By Steven Milloy
November 30, 2001, FoxNews.com

News of a cloned human embryo re-ignited a smoldering debate. That wasn’t the researchers’ intention. They wanted to focus on the prospects of medical therapies involving stem cells derived from cloned human embryos. Continue reading