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Monday, October 11, 2010

Mors tua, vita mea

It will surely rise bitter rows between scientists the new experiment made by Geron Biotechnology of Atlanta, Georgia (USA).
The american doctors have injected millions of embryonic cell stem in to the cord spinal of a paralized patient in order to avoid his paralizys becoming  permanent.
And while professor Chris Mason of the University College of London has greeted the american experiment as "The dawn of new cell stem era", Josephine Quintavalle of the campaign group Comment on Reproductive Ethics said the use of embryonic stem cells was not only ethically unacceptable but also unnecessary, as recent advances in science meant patients could use their own adult cells from healthy parts of their body instead.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1319627/U-S-doctors-treating-patient-receive-embryonic-stems-cells-landmark-clinical-trial.html#ixzz127bVwCGd

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