President’s Council Reports On Alternatives to Embryo Destructive Research

The President’s Council on Bioethics recently released a report that called for the exploration of alternatives to destroying human embryos for stem cells. The report outlines four possible means for obtaining embryonic-like stem cells that the authors say have the potential to be “morally uncontroversial.” The report coincides with the release of a US Conference of Catholic Bishops poll that reveals that by a margin of 40 percentage points most Americans prefer that tax-dollars be spent on adult stem cells and other alternatives to embryo destructive research.

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President’s Council Reports On Alternatives to Embryo Destructive Research

The President’s Council on Bioethics recently released a report that called for the exploration of alternatives to destroying human embryos for stem cells. The report outlines four possible means for obtaining embryonic-like stem cells that the authors say have the potential to be “morally uncontroversial.” The report coincides with the release of a US Conference of Catholic Bishops poll that reveals that by a margin of 40 percentage points most Americans prefer that tax-dollars be spent on adult stem cells and other alternatives to embryo destructive research. Read

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Briefing Papers

iPSCs Brief: Good Science, Good Morals. Spread the Word! by Christian Brugger, Ph.D Culture of Life Fellow in Ethics, Dr. Christian Brugger, explains the development, process, ethics and scientific contributions of Induced Pluripotent State Stem Cells. Read more… 03/07/2008   … Read

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  iPSCs Brief: Good Science, Good Morals. Spread the Word! by Christian Brugger, Ph.D Culture of Life Fellow in Ethics, Dr. Christian Brugger, explains the development, process, ethics and scientific contributions of Induced Pluripotent State Stem Cells. Read more… 03/07/2008 … Read

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