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The Scientist Who Helped Stall Stem Cell Research

James Sherley is setting the research world abuzz with a big protest -- for the second time.

 

Stem cells reverse blindness caused by chemical burns

Stem cells reverse blindness caused by chemical burns

Dozens of people who were blinded or otherwise suffered severe eye damage when they were splashed with caustic chemicals had their sight restored ...

 

Human stem cells grow differently in space

Cells grown in microgravity generate problematic proteins (absent in normal stem cells) that play a role in bone deterioration.

 

Stem Cells Help British Boy Grow New Windpipe

Stem Cells Help British Boy Grow New Windpipe

A British boy successfully underwent a groundbreaking operation involving the transplant of a windpipe which is being regenerated inside his body using his own stem cells, The Times of London reported Saturday.

 

Stem cell experiment reverses aging in rare disease

In a surprise result that can help in the understanding of both aging and cancer, researchers working with an engineered type of stem cell said they reversed the aging process in a rare genetic disease.

 

Stem cell cure for attack victim

Stem cell cure for attack victim

Scientists in Newcastle use a stem cell technique to repair the vision of a man partially blinded in an ammonia attack.

 

Jaw bone created from stem cells

Jaw bone created from stem cells

Scientists create a joint in the jaw from human adult stem cells, an advance which could revolutionize reconstructive surgery.

 

Pigs could be a new source for stem cells

Pigs could be a new source for stem cells

Pigs could soon become life-savers for humans thanks to recent findings in China, where researchers were able to turn ordinary pig cells into stem cells that can be used to treat a variety of ailments in people.

 

Abortion clouds Obama's Notre Dame visit

Abortion clouds Obama's Notre Dame visit

Students opposed to abortion rights held an all-night prayer vigil. President Obama today ventures to America's foremost Roman Catholic university, where the country's deep divisions over abortion and stem-cell research have moved to the forefront in a time of war and recession.

 

Stem Cells: The Fight's Not Over

Several states move to block expanded stem cell research following executive order from Obama.

 

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