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More good news from adult stem cells

by caktus / November 30, 2004 12:36 AM PST
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Fantastic news Caktus
by SteveGargini / November 30, 2004 7:13 AM PST

and not a single life lost.

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Re: good news from adult stem cells -- maybe, & not 'adult!'
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / November 30, 2004 12:25 PM PST

Hi, Caktus.

I'm extremely sceptical (though I hope it's so, needless to say). There's no reference to any refereed paper in a scientific or medical journal. And the site itself is hardly apt to be critical, given that their "about" description begins "LifeNews.com is an independent news agency specifically devoted to reporting news that affects the pro-life community." I attended a seminar yesterday by a knighted expert on regeneration therapy. BTW, umbilical cord stem cells are highly "adult" -- they're neonatal, only slightly older than embryonic (and age of the stem cells is vital, as it affects the number of possible replications remaining).

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Re: good news -- that title was 'not adult'

Don't ask me why the software allowed me to enter a title and then truncated it!

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