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Stem Cells

Index of articles from the Science in Society Archive on the topic stem cells. For articles in other categories, please see the SiS archive menu.

The Promise of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Ordinary cells can be induced to become pluripotent stem cells, making it unnecessary to use human embryos, but is it safe?
Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji 24th May 2011

Stem Cells Repair without Transplant
Existing stem cells in the adult brain stimulated by drug to repair brain damage in animal models of multiple sclerosis
Dr. Eva Sirinathinghji 30th March 2011

Gates Philanthropy in Stem Cell Transplant for Damaged Heart
Dr. Lilian Joensen exposes the Gates Foundation’s betrayal of public trust in Argentina
Dr. Lilian Joensen 1st August 2007

Patient's Own Stem Cells Mend Heart
Adult stem cells proving themselves in the clinic.
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 13th January 2005

Bone Marrow Cells Repair Heart Damaged by Chagas' Disease
Two women whose hearts were severely damaged by Chagas disease (see Box) showed remarkable recovery three months after stem cells from their own bone marrow were transplanted into their heart.
Dr. Lilian Joensen 13th January 2005

No Case for Embryonic Stem Cells Research
Technical and financial hurdles add to ethical and safety concerns over embryonic stems cells while adult stem cells are achieving remarkable clinic successes.
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 16th December 2004

Cord Blood Stem Cells Mend Spinal Injury
Stem cells isolated from umbilical cord blood enable her to walk again after 19 years. No need for embryonic stem cells
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 13th December 2004

Adult versus Embryonic Stem Cells
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho gives the latest score-sheet in the great stem cell debate.
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 9th July 2002

Attempt to Discredit Adult Stem Cells
Britain’s House of Lords’ final approval of therapeutic human cloning and embryonic stem cells research has intensified the battle for ascendancy between adult and embryonic stem cells
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins 24th March 2002

Hushing Up Adult Stem Cells
The science and technology of adult stem cells are running streets ahead of embryonic stem cells. But are the scientific establishment and the mainstream press hushing that up
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins 11th February 2002

Human Farm Incorporated
Behind the debates over embryonic stem cell research, human cloning and germline modification, scientists are quietly delivering human reproduction to corporate control under the guise that all knowledge is necessary if not benign, and only the applications need to be regulated
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 24th December 2001

Heart Repair with Bone Marrow Cells
In a sensationally simple operation, doctors have patched up a patient’s failing heart using stem cells taken from his bone marrow. No need for patented embryonic stem cells nor immune suppressive drugs, which is why profitdriven corporate science can’t afford to do it.
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 4th October 2001

Submission to UK House of Lords Select Committee on Stem Cells
Our position on the related issues of stem cells research, human cloning and germline modification is presented
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho 8th May 2001