National Institutes of Health to Fund Destructive Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

National Institutes of Health to Fund Destructive Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Date: 08/23/2000

Guidelines clearly designed to evade federal ban on destructive embryo research ALEXANDRIA, VA–The National Institutes of Health today issued rules …

Washington Post Blurs Debate on Stem Cell Research

Date: 04/30/2000

April 2001 In a front-page April 19 story, “Embryonic Breakthroughs,” the Washington Post reports that “publicly funded scientists remain banned …

NIH Issues Guidelines on Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Date: 12/01/1999

Guidelines clearly designed to evade federal ban on destructive embryo research ALEXANDRIA, VA–Just one day after President Clinton again signed …

Adult Stem Cell Research On Parkinson’s Deserves Support of Congress

Date: 09/28/1999

Such research shows greater promise than destructive embryonic stem cell research ALEXANDRIA, VA–In light of recent and rapid advances in …

Congress, White House Should Reject NBAC Report

Date: 09/14/1999

The National Bioethics Advisory Committee (NBAC) this week issued its final report on human stem cell research. This report would …

AAAS/ICS Report Evades Illegal and Unethical Nature of Destructive Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Date: 08/25/1999

Discounts Promise of Adult Stem Cell Research ALEXANDRIA, VA–A preliminary report by the American Association for the Advancement of Science …

White House Fails in Its Commitment to Support Human Stem Cell Research Conducted “According to the Highest Ethical Standards”

Date: 07/16/1999

Support for research based on human embryo destruction at odds with stated ethical concerns ALEXANDRIA, VA–In a July 14 statement …

Statement On Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Released

Date: 07/01/1999

National List of Signers Named Washington, D.C., July 1, 1999–A statement on human embryonic stem cell research was released today …

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