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Transcript of stem cells
with this research, you have the possibilty to control cells that divide ENDLESSLY The medical possibilies are endless The Perfect Solution? Stem cells are really useful because of their capabilities
but... they are controversial and tdifficult to control. " NIH believes that it is important to simultaneously pursue all lines of research and search for the very best sources of these cells."
We're not alone
"Researchers and biotech executives foresee the day when the effects of many catastrophic diseases can be reversed. The damaged brains of Alzheimer's disease patients may be restored. Severed spinal cords may be rejoined. Damaged organs may be rebuilt. Stem cells provide hope that this dream will become a reality."
- National Institute of Health -GEORGE WOLFF, The Biotech Investor's Bible "We've decided that we would like to take this step and to do it with caution and to do it with oversight and to do it with the strictest adherence to ethics and all of the principles this country stands for."
-MICHAEL J. FOX, ABC interview, Oct. 29, 2006 I think it is respecting life to reach for that cure.
-JOHN KERRY, presidential debate, Oct. 8, 2004
facilities and lab equipment Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Allston Massachusetts, USA.
By: Nona Kiknadze and Richard Hou
Embryonic Stem Cell Adult Stem Cell
What is so special about that? Cells that could never be regrown can be replaced One small problem Blindness/ Deafness How are we going to research it? Who will this help? Stem cells being removed Everyone! Bibliography Any Questions? 2 teams of 6 scientists Aj, ^. Becker. "Stem Cell." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 12 May 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stem_cell>.
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