By Wesley J. Smith Here we go again! Now that human cloning has been done with adult cells, the pro-cloning crowd pushes it using junk biology–just as they did in years past. First at bat: The Washington Post in an editorial. It acknowledges that embryonic stem cell research is controversial because it destroys embryos. …Continue reading "Post’s Junk Biology Pushes Human Cloning"
By Dave Andrusko Over the past three weeks we’ve discussed the fall-out from Geron Corporation’s decision to get out of the embryonic stem cell research business altogether, despite knowledge that there would likely be more government aid. The company looked at its own inability to make enough progress in repairing spinal injuries to convince investors …Continue reading "A Revealing Examination of the Strategy behind the Embryonic Stem Cell Hype"
By Dave Andrusko We’ve run two keenly insightful posts by bioethicist Wesley Smith, including one today, on the fiasco that is the Geron corporation’s decision last week to “pull the plug” (as the Los Angeles Times put it) on its research into the use of embryonic stem cells. The area where there was the most …Continue reading "Another Attempt to Rehabilitate the Reputation of Embryonic Stem Cell Research"