Entries Tagged ‘pluripotent stem cells’

Life Links 5-9-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Mercatornet has an interview with Dr. Elard S. Koch who published a study which found that Chile’s restrictive abortion laws didn’t increase maternal morbidity: In this sense, it is a unique natural experiment conducted in a developing country. Thus, a first difference between the data from Chile and […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-10-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Weekly Standard interviewed Bart Stupak on abortion and health care reform. Stupak isn’t down with trusting the Senate to fix the abortion language at a later stage: “Everyone’s going around saying there’s a compromise – there’s no such thing,” Stupak said. What’s changed between this week and last, Stupak […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-3-09

by this interview with Jack Kevorkian by the local Detroit FOX affiliate way too light-hearted and rather tasteless considering the reporter is talking to a man who was jailed for killing a man and admits to helping more than 100 people commit suicide? I love how the sub-headline is “No Holds Barred” as if this […]

(Prolifer)ations 6-18-08

by an article on the success of using adult stem cells to treat fractures which have a tough time healing….

(Prolifer)ations 5/2/08

by JivinJ The Cincinnati Enquirer has an editorial opposed to an attempt to ban human cloning in OH. While the editorial ridiculously states that a ban on human cloning “would weaken the state’s push, through its new economic stimulus package, to attract top biomedical researchers,” it does admit the legislation “would prevent the artificial creation […]

  

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