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Articles tagged as Stem-cells

  • Stem Cell Research at the Crossroads of Religion and Politics
    Embryonic stem cell research, which uses special cells found in three- to five-day-old human embryos to seek cures for a host of chronic diseases, has sparked a major moral and political debate in the United States.
  • Stem Cells at the Water Cooler

    When we are confronted with topical issues, the best answers are usually ones that acknowledge the complexity of the issue, and own up to the fact that Hare Krishna devotees – like followers of most faith traditions – may not all share the same interpretation. It might be tempting to simply conclude “ISKCON is for this,” or “all devotees of Krishna must be against that,” but it is much wiser to resist that temptation and instead focus on the principles that help devotees deal with the grey areas.

  • SCIENCE: Stem Cell Scientist Denies Faking Research

    AP WIRE STORY: MUST BE REWRITTEN



    Reprinted from NewsMax.com



    Disgraced Scientist: I Didn't Fake Stem Cell Research



        NewsMax.com Wires

        Tuesday, March 20, 2007



    SEOUL, South Korea -- Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk testified Tuesday that he did not order the falsification of stem cell research, and one of his former collaborators said he also had been unaware of the fake data.