California’s Questionable Stem-Cell Proposal

California’s Questionable Stem-Cell Proposal

Date: 10/05/2004

Richard M. Doerflinger U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops To say that California’s controversial Proposition 71 would fund “both adult and …

The Legend of the 400,000 Embryos

Date: 06/11/2004

That there are 400,000 frozen human embryos that could provide a potentially unlimited supply of stem cells has become a …

Nature Study: No Evidence of Embryonic Stem Cell Advantage in Treating Diabetes

Date: 05/07/2004

Media reports that a study published this week in Nature provides new evidence that embryonic stem cells (ESCs) provide the …

Why Not Expand Stem Cell Research That is Showing Real Results?

Date: 04/28/2004

Proponents of embryonic stem cells (ESCs) are demanding that the Bush Administration increase the number of ESC lines eligible for …

Juvenile Diabetes Patients Need Real Hope, Not Hype

Date: 03/02/2004

Embryonic Stem Cells, Cloning, Are Not Path To Cures March 2, 2004 The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) plans to …

In Lung Research, Embryonic Stem Cells Again Play Catch-Up with Adult Stem Cells

Date: 09/12/2003

According to recent Australian media reports, scientists there have made a “revolutionary breakthrough” by coaxing embryonic stem cells to become …

More Myth than Fact in Cloning Supporter’ Claims

Date: 06/09/2003

The “Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research” (CAMR) is an alliance formed to promote the cloning and killing of …

Refute the Lie, Don’t Clone It

Date: 03/10/2003

by James Kelly Americans¬†are being¬†misled to their suffering and death for the sake of commercial, scientific, and political agendas. A …

Reality Check: Proof of “Therapeutic” Cloning?

Date: 03/10/2003

March 10, 2003 Several prominent scientists who support human cloning to create embryos for embryonic stem cell research (dubbed “therapeutic” …

A Response to Sen. Connie Mack on Human Cloning

Date: 10/20/2002

by James Kelly James Kelly is a “pro-cures” research activist and acts as a liaison between academic researchers, corporate researchers, …