On 8 September 2011 the Anscombe Bioethics Centre (a Roman Catholic organisation named after the philosopher Elizabeth Anscombe) organised the conference Human Embryo Research: Law, Ethics and Public Policy. This was topical, in a month when it was announced that Europes first clinical trials using human embryonic stem cells to treat Stargardts macular degeneration (an incurable disease causing blindness in youth) would take place in the UK.. Broadly speaking, there are three positions in respect of human embryo research: an absolute prohibition, ascribing the highest moral value of personhood to embryos; a gradualist compromise, ascribing some intermediary special value to embryos; and no prohibition, with the embryo akin to human tissue with no special moral value. Variations in different countries policies depend largely on the way these perspectives clash.. The morning speakers at the conference presented the different conservative legal rationales that form the basis of laws governing ...
Should human embryonic stem cell research be deemed unethical for its embryo destruction? The US court decision in Sherley v Sebelius on 27 July 2011 (1) to allow federal funding of this research set a global precedent. The meaning of research was divided into two categories: that which directly involves embryo destruction and that which does not. Yet it misses the point. Research does not cause embryo destruction; these unwanted IVF embryos would be destroyed even if research using their cells was prevented. The plaintiffs - in effect - were always going to lose. The plaintiffs in the Sherley case had argued that obtaining stem cell lines by destroying embryos is an integral part of later research using those cells. Dr James Sherley and Dr Theresa Deisher were adult stem cell researchers who felt human embryonic stem cell research unlawfully competed for the same federal grants. Research must be read broadly to include obtaining stem cell lines, they argued, and breaches the Dickey-Wicker ...
Britain urged not to ban hybrid embryo research Reuters - Wed Apr 4, 7:03 PM ET Scientists and lawmakers urged Britain on Thursday to scrap a proposed ban on creating hybrid animal-human embryos for research into illnesses such as Parkinsons, stroke and Alzheimers. In December, the British government proposed a ban on the creation of hybrid embryos due to what it called "considerable public unease," but the Commons Science and Technology Committee said a ban was unacceptable and could harm British science. ......... ZenMaster. ...
Abstract Embryonic stem cells, which have the potential to save many lives, must be recovered from aborted fetuses or live embryos. Although tissue from aborted fetuses can be used without moral complicity in the underlying abortion, obtaining stem cells from embryos necessarily kills them, thus raising difficult questions about the use of embryonic human material to save others. This article draws on previous controversies over embryo research and distinctions between intrinsic and symbolic moral status to analyze these issues. It argues that stem cell research with spare embryos produced during infertility treatment, or even embryos created specifically for research or therapeutic purposes, is ethically acceptable and should receive federal funding. ...
If, however, additional family building has been ruled out, then I advise the patient to take a deep breath and make the difficult decision that ultimately must be made.. My patients put so much, emotionally and financially, into the creation of their embryos. Our goal is to support them through the difficult decision, no matter what they decide. I can only hope they will consider either human embryonic stem cell research or embryo donation. I personally believe embryos deserve a heightened level of respect. These two possible destinations serve a common and greater good for everyone involved. While human embryonic stem cell research holds some future promise, the immediacy of growing a family though embryo donation seems to be the best choice for those wonderful and precious gifts, a donors embryos.. Craig R. Sweet, M.D. ...
It is impossible to discuss human embryonic stem cell (HECS) research without also discussing the debate about the ethicality of the research. Many different individual arguments comprise a single, larger debate: Is it ethical to destroy human embryos to alleviate the pain and suffering of existing human lives? The debate polarizes the issue of stem-cell research as a whole, although it applies only to embryonic stem-cell research. Stem-cell research using cells from umbilical cords or adult "somatic" stem-cells, which are not as useful for research, are not subject to the same controversy. The effects of this debate are readily evident; because of the controversial nature, many religious organizations refuse to acknowledge the benefits of research using embryonic stem-cells, politicians refuse to support research efforts, and federal funding is in a constant state of limbo. But while the argument against embryonic stem-cell research seems at first glance strongly founded, further investigation ...
70. One useful account of these issues is Cohen, E., "Of Embryos and Empire," The New Atlantis 2: 3-16 (2003).. 71. See, for instance, London, A., "Embryos, Stem Cells, and the Strategic Element of Public Moral Reasoning," American Journal of Bioethics 2(1): 56 (2002). 72. For examples of this way of proceeding-both in arguments supporting embryo research, and arguments opposing it-see, among numerous other sources, the Councils July 2002 report, Human Cloning and Human Dignity: An Ethical Inquiry, Chapter 6.. 73. See, for instance, McCartney, J., "Embryonic Stem cell research and Respect for Human Life: Philosophical and Legal Reflections," Albany Law Review 65: 597-624 (2002).. 74. See, for instance, Orr, R., op. cit., pp. 57-58.. 75. See, for instance, Steinberg, D., "Can Moral Worthiness Be Seen Using a Microscope?" American Journal of Bioethics 2(1): 49 (2002). 76. See, for instance, Green, R., op. cit., p. 20.. 77. See, for instance, Doerflinger, R., op. cit., pp. 31-33; Orr, R., op. ...
Brown said one of the most frustrating parts of the embryonic stem cell debate is the propaganda pushed on the American public. From many of the media reports and the politicians, one would think that killing preborn babies through human embryonic stem cell research is the only way to obtain these cells; but that conclusion is absolutely wrong, said Brown. In fact, there are viable and effective alternatives to human embryonic stem cell research being employed as we speak. Stem cells obtained from amniotic fluid, umbilical cord blood and adult tissues are but three of the morally acceptable avenues that have shown great promise ...
You have no idea how long it took us to generate this graph. It is many months of hard work from 3 extremely talented trainees. Now, we can finally do single-nuclei RNAseq on adult C. elegans which has the advantage of capturing germline nuclei. ...
In 1978 Louise Brown, the worlds first test-tube baby, was born after her parents underwent successful in vitro fertilization (IVF). Since then over five million IVF babies are thought to have been born around the world.. I was also born in 1978 and shortly after each of my significant birthdays -18th, 21st, 30th - the media turned to Louise to mark the passing of time since IVF was first performed. Attitudes to IVF have changed and it is now celebrated as a procedure that brings happiness to parents who may otherwise not be able to have their own biological children.. It is hard to imagine now that in my lifetime many have stood against the technology, believing humans were playing god, or interfering in the natural order of things. Indeed today we are more inclined to discuss the merits of single vs multiple embryo implantation during IVF than whether it is right or wrong.. Yesterday the worlds eyes were on the UK Parliament, which voted to amend the Human Fertilisation and Embryology ...
The Church of Englands Mission and Public Affairs Council has given cautious acceptance to the proposal to produce cytoplasmic hybrid embryos for research into the alleviation of serious diseases. However it has also accused the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee (STC) of "a serious disregard for ethics in favour of seeking scientific knowledge by all available means". The Church of England has further challenged what it claims is a Government u-turn on the need of a child for a father.. The STCs recommended approach to human tissue and embryos would allow the production of all possible kinds of hybrids and chimeras, including true hybrids, the Mission and Public Affairs Council says in a response to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Draft Human Tissue and Embryos Bill. The Church cannot support that.. "Though the majority of such hybrids would be unlikely to be viable," says the Councils response, "the STCs approach would even allow the fertilization of a human egg ...
Creating embryos from animal eggs and human DNA is a reproductive perversion, the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics has warned. The The Lin...
by Kevin White, Lijia Ma, Ozdemir A, Stathopoulos A. In Drosophila embryos, a nuclear gradient of the Dorsal (Dl) transcription factor directs differential gene expression along the dorsoventral (DV) axis, translating it into distinct domains that specify future mesodermal, neural, and ectodermal territories. However, the mechanisms used to differentially position gene expression boundaries along this axis are not fully understood. Here, using a combination of approaches, including mutant phenotype analyses and chromatin immunoprecipitation, we show that the transcription factor Suppressor of Hairless, Su(H), helps define dorsal boundaries for many genes expressed along the DV axis. Synthetic reporter constructs also provide molecular evidence that Su(H) binding sites support repression and act to counterbalance activation through Dl and the ubiquitous activator Zelda. Our study highlights a role for broadly expressed repressors, like Su(H), and organization of transcription factor binding sites ...
Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.
I became involved in SPUC after graduating, when I established a branch in south London in 1974. I have worked full-time for SPUC for 39 years. I became chief executive of SPUC in the UK in 1996, having been general secretary since 1978. I was elected vice-president of International Right to Life Federation in 2005. At UN conferences in Cairo, Copenhagen, Beijing, Istanbul and Rome, I helped coordinate more than 150 pro-life/pro-family groups resulting in pro-life victories in Cairo, Istanbul and Rome. I was educated at Salesian College, London, before going to Oxford where I graduated in English Language and Literature. I qualified as a teacher, becoming head of English at a secondary school. I am married to Josephine. We have a grown-up family and we live in north London ...
Many urged President Bush to agree with former President Clintons policy on stem cell research and that was; that the Congressional ban on funding embryo research would not be broken if the support was provided for only stem cell research and not for human cloning and no embryos would be destroyed to acquire these stem cells. President bush on the other hand decides to go against the former Presidents views and set his own standards. On August 9,2001 the President addressed the issue to the people by first explaining that it was about spending tax dollars on research for stem cells taken from human embryos. He further explained that many existed and they were taken from a processes known as vitro fertilization, which is used when couples are trying to have a child and the embryos that are extra are sometimes donated to science for stem cell research. The ones previously created are all privately funded, but scientist believes again that this research will lead to many cures for several ...
Human embryonic stem cell research holds great promise for the development of treatments for people threatened by potentially curable diseases. The recent court ruling that halted the federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research could cause irreparable damage and delay potential breakthroughs to improve care for people living with serious diseases and conditions such
At the Buck we also have a number of state-of-the-art resources available for a fee to BIRC tenants, including a leading stem cell facility and vivarium, as well as core services with expertise in bioinformatics, genomics, imaging, proteomics and metabolomics.. World Leading Stem Cell Facility. A company invested in stem cell research could not find a better home than Bucks Regenerative Medicine Research Center (RMRC). Current tenants include Cellular Dynamics Inc., a leading developer of stem cell technologies and stem cell banking founded in 2004 by Dr. James Thomson, a pioneer in human embryonic stem cell research. The RMRC houses leading stem cell technology and scientific expertize available to BIRC tenants. Vivarium The Buck Institute. Vivarium. is an 11,000 sq.ft. AAALAC-accredited facility for rats and mice. Vivarium staff are skilled in common technical procedures such as handling and restraint, tattooing, blood collection, oral dosing, colony management, injections and euthanasia. ...
I am a strong supporter of this technology (therapeutic cloning), in particular somatic cell nuclear transfer... Scientific endeavour has been an enduring area of interest to me. I have been particularly concerned with finding an appropriate balance between allowing the cutting-edge research and technology that we have to prosper and needing to protect our community through effective regulation of scientific activity...You need to understand how science progresses. It doesnt progress with a single step that means that you suddenly have cures. It moves incrementally towards a goal, and you gradually put in place bits of the jigsaw and solve various technical problems that are required... Those people who think that there is no moral problem with embryo research should be allowed to carry out that research and should not be prevented from doing so by the power of the law. Those people who think the research is wrong should be allowed to say so and to protest against what they believe to be wrong. ...
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President-elect Barack Obama could reverse some of President Bushs most controversial executive orders, including restrictions on embryonic stem cell research, shortly after taking office in January.
Nightlight Christian Adoptions et al. v. Thompson et al. was a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on 8 March 2001. The suit was filed because Nightlight Christian Adoptions, a frozen embryo adoption agency, felt that the Guidelines for Research Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells published by the National Institutes for Health were unlawful and violated the restrictions on human embryo research put into place by the Dickey-Wicker Amendment. Additional plaintiffs with this suit were the Christian Medical Association, adult stem cell researcher Dr.. Format: Articles Subject: Legal, Reproduction ...
Nightlight Christian Adoptions et al. v. Thompson et al. was a lawsuit filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on 8 March 2001. The suit was filed because Nightlight Christian Adoptions, a frozen embryo adoption agency, felt that the Guidelines for Research Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells published by the National Institutes for Health were unlawful and violated the restrictions on human embryo research put into place by the Dickey-Wicker Amendment. Additional plaintiffs with this suit were the Christian Medical Association, adult stem cell researcher Dr.. Format: Articles Subject: Legal, Reproduction ...
John McCains recent statement on embryonic stem cell research was ambiguous in some ways, but clearly misleading in another: He equated human embryos with fetuses, and used language implying that farming fetuses for their tissues is a realistic possibility. I voted to ban the practice of fetal farming, making it a federal crime for researchers \[…\]
Because of the massive scientific and legal deficiencies addressed in detail below, the accumulative body of U.S. legislation, regulations, and related documents on human embryo and fetal research, human embryonic stem cell research (especially when stem cells are derived from cloned human embryos), human cloning, and other human genetic engineering activities over the last 30 years represents total chaos. These documents are contradictory and unenforceable due to vagueness, banning or regulating no human cloning or other human genetic engineering activities. Yet they continue to form the ever-expanding foundation for legal and regulatory stare decisis to be applied in the future to the next round of bills, regulations and related documents dealing with these critical issues.
The Dishs Weekly News Wrap Up - August 31, 2012 This weeks headlines include, Appeals Court rules on embryonic stem cell research, Top 25 Biotechs, innovative stem cell therapy developments, a new influenza vaccine study and Roches breast cancer drug promises longer survival. Cell Culture Events: Attend.... ...
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the quasi-governmental agency authorized to spend $3 billion in taxpayer money on embryonic stem cell research, deserves praise for commissioning
Blighty is in danger of losing all its best stem cell boffins to America once George Bush departs from power, according to an official in charge of dishing out UK gov science cash.. At the moment, top stem cell brainboxes flock to the sceptred isle so as to avoid the American presidents chokeoff of federal boffinry greenbacks, which he wont have spent on embryonic stem cell research.. "We have been very fortunate in attracting those individuals," said Leszek Borysiewicz, about to take over as head of the UK Medical Research Council.. "But they require an infrastructure and support which is very heavy. We have got to be sure that it is maintained at the highest quality levels - that does not come cheaply, but we have to make sure it actually happens, because these people move on," he warned.. Stem cells are hot among medical researchers, because they can be made to turn into any other kind of cell. This offers the prospect of culturing replacement bits for the human body, possibly leading to ...
It is clear that during the entire debate regarding human embryonic stem cell research, it has been dishonest language that has persuaded the majority of Americans that the direct killing of a human embryo is not the same as directly murdering an innocent human being. These preborn children, who are human beings from the instant their lives begin, have become dehumanized by the language of folks like Dr. Harold Varmus and his cadre of manipulative scientific "experts." And now that Varmus has a compatriot with the power of the White House behind him, only God knows what evils lurk in the scientific research to be pursued by the highest-quality individuals carrying out scientific jobs ...
The ethics of creating human beings has been addressed in several contexts: debates over abortion and embryo research; literature on self-creation and discussions of procreative rights and responsibilities, genetic engineering and future generations. This book is a sustained, scholarly analysis of all of these issues-a discussion that attempts to combine breadth of topics with philosophical depth, imagination with current scientific understanding and argumentative rigour with accessibility. The overarching aim of Creation Ethics is to illuminate a broad array of issues connected with reproduction and genetics through the lens of moral philosophy.1. Chapter 1 introduces the concept of creation and the various ways in which human beings create, or someday will create, humans beings and particular types of human beings. It also clarifies how the book differs from existing literature and provides an overview of the other chapters ...
Congress began asking its own questions about federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research Wednesday, with legislators of both parties taking shots at the Bush administration for issuing a ruling last month they said may have been based on faulty data.
Stem cell debate heats up as guidelines are prepared. Birmingham, Karen; Dove, Alan // Nature Medicine;Apr99, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p366 Reports on the debate concerning the federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services approval of the funding; Preparation of guidelines for the research; Legal debate over the distinction between the derivation and use of the cells. ...
David Prentice of Family Research Council briefly discussion the recent federal court ruling that "stops federal taxpayer funding human embryonic stem cell research," then turns his attention to how this is good news for patients, since this should free up more funds for adult stem cell research-which is already yielding great results. You can read Mr. Prentices perspective by clicking here.. ...
Professor Wolvetang received his PhD in 1992 from the Department of Biochemistry, University of Amsterdam for his original work on peroxisomal disease (6 papers). He undertook postdoctoral studies at the Department of Biochemistry and the Institute for Reproduction and Development of Monash University, investigating apoptosis, Down syndrome and Ets transcription factors, respectively, obtaining the first evidence for an intra-chromosomal regulatory loop on chromosome 21 involving Ets2 (3 papers), and revealing the role of p53 in immune-suppression in Down syndrome (Hum Mol. Genetics). He then joined Professor Martin Pera in the Australian Stem Cell Centre in 2003 to pioneer human embryonic stem cell research in Australia, resulting in a first author Nature Biotechnology paper in 2006 identifying CD30 as a marker for genetically abnormal hESC (72 cites). He was appointed group leader of the basic human stem cell biology laboratory in the ASCC research laboratory and senior lecturer in the ...
In January 2001, the UK parliament voted to allow research on embryo stem cells. Media reporting suggested this was an easy decision with which the majority of people agreed. Yet other examples suggest unease among the general public and parliamentarians in Britain about several issues involving life and death; sickness and health; and doctors and scientists. In anticipation of such unease and growing public distrust in scientists and government, many discussions and debates about embryo research have been channelled in certain directions so as to engineer consent to such research. ...
The ethics of creating-or declining to create-human beings has been addressed in several contexts: debates over abortion and embryo research; literature on self-creation; and discussions of procreative rights and responsibilities, genetic engineering, and future generations.
Not that Easter Sunday congregations were informed of any of this. Anyone listening to the likes of OBrien who didnt have any other knowledge of embryology might have come away thinking the law could lead to the creation of a race of half-human/half-cow devil-worshipping entities ready to bring about the destruction of Gods people. According to OBrien, the idea that embryo research might lead to the curing of diseases is merely an "excuse" used by scientists to ensure they get the right to pursue their sinister activities. And it wasnt just Catholics getting in on the act. The Anglican Bishop of Durham, Dr Tom Wright, managed these words of wisdom from his pulpit: "Gender-bending was so last century; we now do species bending ...
Not that Easter Sunday congregations were informed of any of this. Anyone listening to the likes of OBrien who didnt have any other knowledge of embryology might have come away thinking the law could lead to the creation of a race of half-human/half-cow devil-worshipping entities ready to bring about the destruction of Gods people. According to OBrien, the idea that embryo research might lead to the curing of diseases is merely an "excuse" used by scientists to ensure they get the right to pursue their sinister activities. And it wasnt just Catholics getting in on the act. The Anglican Bishop of Durham, Dr Tom Wright, managed these words of wisdom from his pulpit: "Gender-bending was so last century; we now do species bending ...
People attribute information to intelligence, whether that information is in the form of symbols on clay or signals from space. They do not need to see the information being created to draw that conclusion. Yet, when the most sophisticated code known to man-the chemical code of life-was discovered, many shoved that logic aside, attributing DNA to mindless processes. Is that reasonable? Is it consistent? Is it scientific? A number of respected scientists say no.. Professor Yan-Der Hsuuw is the director of embryo research at Taiwans National Pingtung University of Science and Technology. He too once believed in evolution-until his research led him to conclude otherwise. Regarding cell division and specialization, he said: "The right cells must be produced in the right order and at the right places. First they assemble into tissues that will in turn assemble themselves into organs and limbs. What engineer can even dream of writing instructions for such a process? Yet the instructions for embryo ...
Leon Richard Kass (born February 12, 1939) is an American physician, scientist, educator, and public intellectual. Kass is best known as a proponent of liberal education via the Great Books, as a critic of human cloning, life extension, euthanasia and embryo research, and for his tenure as chairman
Diocese of San Diego warned by judge; Anglican Church hesitant on embryo research; a common Easter time to be considered and agreed by East and West; nicking nun in USA; African Synod for October 2009; outrage in Chicago AD over jobs being kept by those who were aware of CSA; Fillipino cleric defies death threats to take on ...
After a year of legal uncertainty, a federal judge ruled that U.S. taxpayer dollars can be used to support research on embryonic stem cells. U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth dismissed a law suit brought by two scientists challenging the federal governments ability to fund human embryonic ste...
Dolly was influential in Hoboken and in local Democratic Party circles. She used her knowledge of Italian dialects and fluent English to translate for immigrants during court proceedings, particularly those pertaining to requests for citizenship. This earned her the respect of local politicians, who made her a Democratic ward leader. She was the first immigrant woman to hold that position in her local third ward, where she reliably delivered as many as six hundred votes for Democratic candidates. In 1919, she chained herself to city hall in support of the Womens suffrage movement. She also worked as a midwife, earning $50 for each delivery, a fair amount of money at the time. These activities kept Dolly away from home during much of her sons childhood. According to Kaplan, Dolly also ran an illegal abortions service that earned the nickname "Hatpin Dolly". Her reputation as an abortionist led one area church to ban her son from singing there ...
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Dolly the sheep, historys first cloned adult mammal, takes after her mom and grazes in pampered comfort on a research farm.Dollys sudden fame is gratifying - but hardly too surprising - to the
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