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>Another Ethical Stem Cell Story from Texas

>The Austin American Stateman August 30, 2006 article by Ashley Sanchez calls for common ground in Texas stem cell research. Ms. Sanchez describes just some of the many examples of cutting edge ethical science going on in Texas. In contrast to private banks, parents can donate cord blood to public banks that are available to … Continue reading

Another Ethical Stem Cell Story from Texas

The Austin American Stateman August 30, 2006 article by Ashley Sanchez calls for common ground in Texas stem cell research. Ms. Sanchez describes just some of the many examples of cutting edge ethical science going on in Texas. In contrast to private banks, parents can donate cord blood to public banks that are available to … Continue reading

>Wesley Smith on "Why they did it."

>I’ve already gone on record that no one considered that any of us would notice or care that the so-called ethical embryonic stem cell technique was most certainly not ethical. Wesley Smith, in an op-ed for the Center for Bioethics and Culture, suggests that the post-modern media wants us to remember that the only reason … Continue reading

Wesley Smith on "Why they did it."

I’ve already gone on record that no one considered that any of us would notice or care that the so-called ethical embryonic stem cell technique was most certainly not ethical. Wesley Smith, in an op-ed for the Center for Bioethics and Culture, suggests that the post-modern media wants us to remember that the only reason … Continue reading

>Stem cell non-event explained

>My theory? No one even considered that anyone would care. Surely, the peer reviewers weren’t in on a conspiracy. At least Lanza, et. al., got their money’s worth from the press release guys! There is no way to do justice to the blogger’s post and the incredibly informative guest comment by copying and pasting it … Continue reading

Stem cell non-event explained

My theory? No one even considered that anyone would care. Surely, the peer reviewers weren’t in on a conspiracy. At least Lanza, et. al., got their money’s worth from the press release guys! There is no way to do justice to the blogger’s post and the incredibly informative guest comment by copying and pasting it … Continue reading

Ethicists for hire (Revised)

A  long time ago, there were some enterprising scientists and doctors who wanted to clone animals and humans and send out press releases and make money. Since they were scientists and doctors, and very smart, they recognized the need to cover themselves in case anyone objected to the births of sick animals and the creation … Continue reading

>"Deja vu, all over again"

>Wesley Smith supplies my title (quoting that great observer, Yogi Berra) and a synopsis of Advanced Cell Technology’s history of big claim, small retraction, ignored critics, rinse and repeat.Take a look at his recap, “Science by Press Release,” at the Weekly Standard. Note at 11:30 AM: I’m rewriting the post originally referenced in this one.

"Deja vu, all over again"

Wesley Smith supplies my title (quoting that great observer, Yogi Berra) and a synopsis of Advanced Cell Technology’s history of big claim, small retraction, ignored critics, rinse and repeat.Take a look at his recap, “Science by Press Release,” at the Weekly Standard. Note at 11:30 AM: I’m rewriting the post originally referenced in this one.

>(Deleted)Another chapter of "Ethicist for Hire"?

>I’m pulling this post for a rewrite – I fell off my train of thought in the middle. If I can keep my analogies straight, I’ll republish it later. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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