Monthly Archives: June 2007

June 30, 2007

Dr. Maureen Condic Gets Her Say

Nearly two months ago, I posted an entry about the science journal Nature Neuroscience’s unfair editorial attack on Dr. Maureen Condic because she dared to question embryonic stem cell research dogma that ES cells offer the best hope for treatments, … Read More

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June 29, 2007

Nano Laser Probes Cells

Researchers have developed a laser smaller than a red blood cell that can be tuned to emit different colors. They have incorporated the nanowire-based laser into a device that, by combining features from multiple microscopy techniques, could reveal new details … Read More

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June 29, 2007

New Regulations Needed For Patients Receiving Animal Tissue Donation – Study Recommends Patient Waivers That Provide Full Disclosure Of Risks

A new article in The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics calls for a change in the regulations surrounding xenotransplantation, the transplanting of animal cells, tissues or organs into humans. Although few xenotransplantation procedures have been done to this time, … Read More

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