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>The man with the patent on humans

>James Thomson, the lead researcher on the team that grew the first embryonic stem cell line, and who has the patent on all human embryonic stem cell lines, has given an interview to the Wisconsin State Journal. There is a partial transcript and an audio slide show at the website. Dr. Thomson agrees with me: … Continue reading

The man with the patent on humans

James Thomson, the lead researcher on the team that grew the first embryonic stem cell line, and who has the patent on all human embryonic stem cell lines, has given an interview to the Wisconsin State Journal. There is a partial transcript and an audio slide show at the website. Dr. Thomson agrees with me: … Continue reading

>NASA and Planned Parenthood Share Bioethicist

>As a science fiction reader, I’m concerned that the bioethicist for NASA can’t even tell which humans are human enough to have their rights protected. What’s going to happen when he runs into another species somewhere “out there”? Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D. has been the NASA bioethicist for a few years, but I wasn’t aware … Continue reading

NASA and Planned Parenthood Share Bioethicist

As a science fiction reader, I’m concerned that the bioethicist for NASA can’t even tell which humans are human enough to have their rights protected. What’s going to happen when he runs into another species somewhere “out there”? Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D. has been the NASA bioethicist for a few years, but I wasn’t aware … Continue reading

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