Refute the Lie, Don’t Clone It

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, …

Statement on President Bush’s Decision to Allow Federal Federal Funding of Embryonic Stem Cell Research

Date: 08/09/2002

Do No Harm: The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics, is greatly disappointed in President Bush’s misguided decision to allow …

Adult Stem Cell Shown to Have Same Versatility Once Claimed Only for Embryonic Stem Cells

Date: 07/20/2002

“The claim that there are alternatives to using stem cells derived from embryos is not, at the present time [9/99] …

Do No Harm Comments on President’s Council on Bioethics Report Recommending Moratorium on Human Cloning

Date: 07/11/2002

Do No Harm is encouraged that the majority of the President’s Council on Bioethics recommends a ban – albeit a …

Do the Math: Experimental Cloning Exploits Women

Date: 07/02/2002

Early this year, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) announced: “Because many eggs are needed for human reproductive cloning attempts, …

Blood Vessel Cells from Embryonic Stem Cells: Catch Up, Not Breakthrough

Date: 04/02/2002

Once again, an alleged advance using embryonic stem cells is being hyped in the media as a major scientific breakthrough, …

“Therapeutic” Cloning Lags Behind Adult Stem Cell Success

Date: 03/08/2002

A report today in the journal Cell, announced by the Associated Press, purports to use “therapeutic” cloning to partially correct …

Treating Disease With Adult Stem Cells And Embryonic Stem Cells

Date: 03/02/2002

“[Embryonic] stem cells could be used to make up for the deficits in brain and pancreas cells that cause Parkinson’s …