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Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Sloppy Science

Editor   |   November 13, 2000

“The most recent scientific evidence shows the use of human embryos for therapeutic stem cell research to be ineffective and unnecessary.”
Fazale Rana, one of the world’s top three leading experts in origin of life research.

“I just think everybody feels there are higher priorities for seeking effective treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and for identifying preventive strategies.”
Marilyn Albert, John Hopkins University researcher, Chair of the Medical and Scientific Advisory Council of the Alzheimer’s Association

“Alzheimer’s is a more global disease, with an effect on numerous kinds of cells. That makes it much more difficult for a cell therapy to be effective.”
Steve Stice, stem cell researcher at the University of Georgia

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