Entries Tagged ‘National Institutes of Health’

Scientists discover aborted baby cells living in mothers’ brains

Scientific American termed the research findings another way: “Scientists discover children’s cells living in mothers’ brains.”

But I wanted to drive home a touching point: Mothers who terminate their pregnancies apparently don’t completely rid themselves of their babies. The cells of murdered children live on inside their mothers to help – or perhaps – hurt them:

Investors.com headline: “Science over politics: Nobel for adult stem cell work”

When embryonic stem cell research was being hyped during the last decade, MSM would often omit the word “embryonic” when reporting on the issue. When talking of the hope for cures, they would make it seem as if conservatives opposed all forms of stem cell research by leaving out that one vital word.

Or, when reporting on successes of adult stem cell research, the media would omit the word “adult” to further confuse the issue.

There has been a sudden and welcome about-face. Get a load of this headline:

The editorial is even more incredible. Again, this comes from Investor’s Business Daily, certainly no social conservative stronghold. An excerpt:

How big a blow was Geron’s bombshell that it is bailing on embryonic stem cell research? BIG.

Out of nowhere Geron Corporation announced last week it was not only halting the first clinical trial of embryonic stem cell treatment on humans but getting out of the embryonic stem cell business altogether. To understand how big a blow to the embryonic stem cell industry this was, you first must know it was Geron […]

Life Links 11-21-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Ramesh Ponnuru notes presidential candidate Newt Gingrich’s history (which includes various quotes noting his favoring of funding research using “cells in a fertility clinic”) with human embryonic stem cell research.In the meantime, Michele Bachmann is going after Gingrich on abortion and claiming that he has “failed to meet […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 7-27-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Joe Carter asks abortion moderates what the relative value of the unborn is: Is the relative value of abortion worth the equivalent cost in lives lost to homicides? If not, then what equivalent number would be acceptable? What is the relative value of a fetus? That is a […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-20-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Here’s another bite out of the “pro-lifers don’t care about the born” meme. Belmont Abbey College is building a 10,000 square foot maternity center and residential facility for single mothers: Putting the new maternity home on the campus of a Catholic school is a “bold move,” said Belmont […]

Pro-abort Republican to head most powerful policy committee in the House?

With the great gains social and fiscal conservatives and independents handed House and Senate Republicans, we shouldn’t be facing the nightmare prospect of socially and fiscally liberal Fred Upton of Michigan heading the most powerful policy committee in the House: the Energy and Commerce Committee. Read here an overview of that committee’s amazingly broad jurisdiction. […]

Breaking: Appeals court suspends embryonic stem cell research ban during Obama’s appeal

UPDATE, 1:43p: Statement by our side’s attorneys: We are not surprised that the court granted the government a short administrative stay.  The Order itself makes clear that: “The purpose of this administrative stay is to give the court sufficient opportunity to consider the merits of the emergency motion for stay and should not be construed […]


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