*  PCBE: Monitoring Stem Cell Research: Chapter 3: Recent Developments in the Ethical and Policy Debates
... of an embryo for research, no matter how valuable one deems the research to be, could not amount to treatment of that embryo as ... research practices in which human embryos are destroyed and research practices that use the products of previous embryo ... 2. Natural Embryo Loss.. Some authors tie their moral arguments regarding the use of embryos in research to the fact of the ... The current policy addresses itself only to federal funding of embryo research and is silent on the conduct of such research in ...
  https://bioethicsarchive.georgetown.edu/pcbe/reports/stemcell/chapter3.html
*  Obama Chronicles VII: Quality Standards In Child Killing - Judie Brown Commentary - News | American Life League
During the initial battles over the ethics of using human embryos for research of any kind, Professor Dianne Irving wrote a ... Embryonic stem cell research is a destructive and outdated method that has become a holy grail to political and scientific ... I believe we have been given the capacity and will to pursue this research - and the humanity and conscience to do so ... Obama has ignored the enormous body of evidence that shows the success of research using adult stem cells, cord blood stem ...
  http://www.all.org/obama-chronicles-vii-quality-standards-in-child-killing/?CategoryId=1&F_All=y
*  March 2008 - New Humanist Blog (Rationalist Association)
According to O'Brien, the idea that embryo research might lead to the curing of diseases is merely an "excuse" used by ... Take Scottish Cardinal Keith O'Brien, for example, who describes research involving human-animal hybrid embryos as "monstrous ... New research by an Israeli academic suggests Moses and the Israelites may have been high on a hallucinogenic plant when they ... Labels: Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Catholic Church, ethics, religion, science, stem cell research ...
  http://blog.newhumanist.org.uk/2008_03_01_archive.html?widgetType=BlogArchive&widgetId=BlogArchive1&action=toggle&dir=open&toggle=MONTHLY-1335826800000&toggleopen=MONTHLY-1204329600000
*  Project MUSE - Ethics and Policy in Embryonic Stem Cell Research
It argues that stem cell research with spare embryos produced during infertility treatment, or even embryos created ... This article draws on previous controversies over embryo research and distinctions between intrinsic and symbolic moral status ... The Ethics of Funding Embryonic Stem Cell Research: A Catholic Viewpoint The Ethics and Politics of Small Sacrifices in Stem ... Click the Browse box to see a selection of books and journals by: Research Area, Titles A-Z, Publisher, Books only, or Journals ...
  http://muse.jhu.edu/article/18619
*  Mixed response from Church of England on embryo research
Home , Mixed response from Church of England on embryo research. Mixed response from Church of England on embryo research. ... The Church of England has given cautious acceptance to the proposal to produce cytoplasmic hybrid embryos for research into the ... CNR embryos should never be produced with the intention or possibility of being developed beyond the 14-day limit. Within that ... CNR embryos, it says, therefore still merit a special status and protection, even though they are produced asexually and may ...
  http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/print/5412
*  Bioethics centre protests at animal-human embryo research ruling | ICN
Creating embryos from animal eggs and human DNA is a 'reproductive perversion', the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics has ... Bioethics centre protests at animal-human embryo research ruling. * January 1st, 2003. ... "There are grave ethical and moral objections to this research and the way it is being promoted." Supporters of the research say ... Creating embryos from animal eggs and human DNA is a "reproductive perversion", the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics has ...
  https://www.indcatholicnews.com/news.php?viewStory=10747
*  Leading biotech company ditches embryo research: says not financially viable | News | LifeSite
Leading biotech company ditches embryo research: says not financially viable Leading biotech company ditches embryo research: ... Obama admin approves third embryo stem cell trial Vatican invests $1 million in adult stem cell research ... Since 1990 the California-based Geron corporation has led the industry doing research using stem cells developed from embryos, ... Leading biotech company ditches embryo research: says not financially viable Hilary White, Rome Correspondent ...
  https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/leading-biotech-company-ditches-embryo-research-says-not-financially-viable
*  BioNews - Event Review: Human Embryo Research - Law, Ethics and Public Policy
... and I support the legal compromise that prohibits embryo research after 14 days. It is worth noting that an embryo that is 15 ... The fact that embryo research up to 14 days is heavily regulated, using licensing and quality standards as precautionary red ... Even if research is prevented, embryos will still be destroyed when discarded by the fertility clinics, because they are ... Event Review: Human Embryo Research - Law, Ethics and Public Policy. 03 October 2011 ...
  http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_107889.asp
*  Earth Times: show/206493,britain-votes-to-allow-human-animal-embryo-research--summary.html
Biodiversity Research Institute studies wind turbine dangers to wildlife. Posted Thu, 30 Jun 2011 16:09:00 GMT by Julian ... The polyploids among the animals are the focus of the latest research, given the vast number of plant polyploids and the ... Review due into Australian Stem Cell Research Legislation. Posted Wed, 16 Mar 2011 22:45:00 GMT by Nikki Bruce ...
  http://www.earthtimes.org/articles/show/206493,britain-votes-to-allow-human-animal-embryo-research--summary.html
*  BioNews - Sherley that's not ethical? A review of US law on embryo research
Research does not cause embryo destruction; these unwanted IVF embryos would be destroyed even if research using their cells ... This amendment prohibits research 'in which an embryo or embryos are destroyed, discarded or knowingly subjected to risk of ... The decision to donate an embryo's cellular components to research is a secondary choice of how the embryo is to be disposed. ... He said Dickey-Wicker: 'encompasses all 'research in which' an embryo is destroyed, not just the 'piece of research' in which ...
  http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_104695.asp
*  human embryo research Archives - The Niche
human embryo research. Why we shouldn't view the human embryo as a gizmo even in the CRISPR era January 31, 2018 admin 4 ... Artificial embryo tech reported in Science: how big is this? March 3, 2017 admin 1 ... Can you make an artificial embryo? Developmental biologist Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz has long been on the trail of this ...
  https://ipscell.com/tag/human-embryo-research/
*  JOHN SMEATON, DIRECTOR OF SPUC: British Heart Foundation funds destructive embryo research
SPUC comment: Human embryos are human beings from the moment of their conception (fertilisation or an analogous form of ... does not fund research into prenatal diagnosis of disability or provide advice on where such tests can be obtained ... I am grateful to SPUC's staff, supporters and advisers for their help to me in researching, writing and producing this blog. ... SPUC has been a leader in the educational and political battle against abortion, human embryo experimentation and euthanasia ...
  http://spuc-director.blogspot.com/2011/12/british-heart-foundation-funds.html
*  USCCB objects to NIH plan to fund part-human, part-animal embryo research - TheCatholicSpirit.com : TheCatholicSpirit.com
... part-animal embryos in comments submitted to the agency Sept. 2. ... of Health proposal to authorize federally funded research on ... USCCB objects to NIH plan to fund part-human, part-animal embryo research. Catholic News Service , September 6, 2016 , 0 ... You are here: Home » News » U.S. & World News » USCCB objects to NIH plan to fund part-human, part-animal embryo research ... NIH has proposed funding scientists researching such embryos, known as chimeras.. The bishops' statement said that while the ...
  http://thecatholicspirit.com/news/nation-and-world/usccb-objects-nih-plan-fund-part-human-part-animal-embryo-research/
*  United States backward in its embryo research policies, but not why you think! - Mary Meets Dolly
In Canada, embryos cannot be created for research and existing IVF embryos can only be destroyed for research if all parties ... No embryos can be created for research. Which means cloning embryos for research is also prohibited. According to the Center ... In Germany any research on human embryos is totally prohibited. The 1990 German Act for the Protection of Embryos states: ... The only restriction on research with human embryos on the federal level in the United States is funding research that destroys ...
  http://www.marymeetsdolly.com/blog/index.php?/archives/1026-United-States-backward-in-its-embryo-research-policies,-but-not-why-you-think
*  Destroying research embryos within 14 days limits chance of medical breakthroughs
One of these is the 14-day rule that outlaws research on pure human embryos over two weeks old. ... Stem-cell scientists have to work within many limitations placed on their research. ... One of these is the 14-day rule that outlaws research on pure human embryos over two weeks old. It is encoded in laws in at ... In short, termination of the embryo at day 14 was a compromise between reaping the benefits of research and alleviating ...
  http://theconversation.com/destroying-research-embryos-within-14-days-limits-chance-of-medical-breakthroughs-71986
*  DBKP - Worldwide Leader in Weird: Human-Animal Embryo Research Gets Approval to Begin in Britain
Animal-human embryo research is approved. Death by 1000 Papercuts Front Page. ... This should be a crime and those "scientists" who engage in this kind of "research" should receive maximum punishment for their ... Some critics of cybrid embryos have argued that their use is no longer necessary, given the recent development of a ... "Why in the world would anyone want to do research like this? paging Dr. Frankenstein!". --Kathleen, Sacramento, California, USA ...
  http://deathby1000papercuts.blogspot.com/2008/01/human-animal-embryo-research-gets.html
*  CLONING AND STEM CELLS: THE DEBATE; Split on Clones of Embryos: Research vs. Reproduction - The New York Times
... success in producing human embryos and stem cells through cloning revives debate about whether such research should be ... This research is always going to raise a hue and cry for people who feel that the embryo is the moral equivalent of an adult ... CLONING AND STEM CELLS: THE DEBATE; Split on Clones of Embryos: Research vs. Reproduction. By LAURIE GOODSTEIN and DENISE GRADY ... U.S.,CLONING AND STEM CELLS: THE DEBATE; Split on Clones of Embryos: Research vs. Reproduction. ...
  http://www.nytimes.com/2004/02/13/us/cloning-stem-cells-debate-split-clones-embryos-research-vs-reproduction.html
*  Explain how someone following Natural law may approach embryo research - Revision Notes in A Level and IB Ethics
With this in mind it can be argued that embryo research would be morally correct as we are using our reason to improve life, ... Home > A Level and IB > Ethics > Explain how someone following Natural law may approach embryo research ... Natural law states that you must use your reason aided with the primary precepts to work out wheter embryo research is morally ...
  https://getrevising.co.uk/revision-notes/explain_how_someone_following_natural_law_may_approach_embry
*  Libertarians for Life - On Human Embryo Research
The ethical objection to human embryo research is that such research presumes the embryo is not an actual human being but ... On Human Embryo Research. Testimony presented orally by Doris Gordon to the third meeting of the. National Institutes of Health ... The premise underlying human embryo research is two tiers of humanity. This premise offers no obstacle to slavery, treating ... Its arguments are relevant to human embryo research as well as abortion. ...
  http://libertariansforlife.org/library/embryres.html
*  Bill allowing creation of "admixed" embryos for research passes first hurdle | The BMJ
Controversial legislation to regulate the use of human embryos for research and treatment in the United Kingdom had its second ... Bill allowing creation of "admixed" embryos for research passes first hurdle BMJ 2008; 336 :1089 ... Bill allowing creation of "admixed" embryos for research passes first hurdle. BMJ 2008; 336 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj. ...
  http://www.bmj.com/content/336/7653/1089.2
*  CellNEWS: Britain urged not to ban hybrid embryo research
Britain urged not to ban hybrid embryo research Britain urged not to ban hybrid embryo research Reuters - Wed Apr 4, 7:03 PM ET ... Dis3l2 DISC1 DMD DNA dog donation Down Syndrome Dravet syndrome Drosophila dwarfism dystrophin dystrophy Ebola egg embryo ... Scientists and lawmakers urged Britain on Thursday to scrap a proposed ban on creating hybrid animal-human embryos for research ... printing proliferation proteasome protein proteome PTEN rat Rb Recombination regenerative reprogram reprogramming research ...
  http://cellnews-blog.blogspot.com/2007/04/britain-urged-not-to-ban-hybrid-embryo.html
*  Moral objections to hybrid embryo research claims rejected : The Niche
... animal embryos for research were turned down on moral grounds, have been rejected by the funding bodies and scientists involved ... Moral objections to hybrid embryo research claims rejected. 14 Jan 2009 , 22:44:25 GMT. , Posted by mbaker , Category: Ethics, ... Former head of Bush council on bioethics says make embryos for research--in five years. 21 Feb 2008. , Comments (0) ... Reports in the British media that grant applications to create hybrid human - animal embryos for research were turned down on ...
  http://blogs.npd.nature.com/theniche/2009/01/moral_objections_to_hybrid_emb.html
*  Fraudulent stem cell research and respect for the embryo - LSE Research Online
Jackson, Emily (2006) Fraudulent stem cell research and respect for the embryo. Biosocieties, 1 (3). pp. 349-356. ISSN 1745- ... It is generally believed that research involving human embryos is legitimate only when it serves an important scientific ... Hwang's research could serve no useful scientific purpose, and hence it would be difficult, if not impossible, to justify the ... destruction of embryos. I ask whether the comparative lack of interest in this aspect of the Korean stem cell research scandal ...
  http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/21490/
*  Why current UK legislation on embryo research is immoral. How the argument from lack of qualities and the argument from...
Advisory Committees; Embryo Research; Embryos; Ethics; Legislation; Literature; Moral Status; Research; Speciesism; Genetics, ... The scope of embryo research in the UK has been expanded by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Research Purposes) ... Research Purposes) Regulations 2001, which legislated new research purposes for which early embryos can be used, in addition to ... Why current UK legislation on embryo research is immoral. How the argument from lack of qualities and the argument from ...
  https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/handle/10822/507083
*  Transplantation of Heterologous Tumors by the Intravenous Inoculation of the Chick Embryo | Cancer Research
Cancer Research Online ISSN: 1538-7445. Cancer Research Print ISSN: 0008-5472. Journal of Cancer Research ISSN: 0099-7013. ... Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Cancer Research Message Body (Your Name) thought you would be interested in this ... Transplantation of Heterologous Tumors by the Intravenous Inoculation of the Chick Embryo. Doris H. Bender, Charles E. ... Thank you for sharing this Cancer Research article.. NOTE: We request your email address only to inform the recipient that it ...
  http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/9/1/61