What is Stem Cell? Aims and Objectives of this web site. A-Z of stem cell.
The survey findings and implications. What does the future holds for us.
The impacts of stem cell on science, human, social, economic and political front
References and Links
Other useful links and web sites online
Interviews with prominent scientists including Nobel Laureate Professor Paul Berg
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Bush explains his actions by stating, "If this bill would have become law, American
taxpayers would, for the first time in our history, be compelled to fund the deliberate
destruction of human embryos. And I'm not going to allow it." July 19 2006
Many problems remain to be solved in stem cell research. . The road ahead is arduous
and nit for the faint hearted. It will reward the brave and the persevering souls.
Political, moral, ethical barriers and hurdles must be crossed. Political wills must
come in, religious debate must continue, and the world must be aware of the implications.
Hard to control: Embryonic stem cell may pass through several intermediate stages
before becoming the cell type needed to treat a particular disease; this process
is controlled by complex chemical cues.
Times Magazines 23 Oct 2006
Stem cells research has been increasing in the news throughout the world especially
in recent years. For example, in Singapore there is almost a weekly article on stem
November 17 2007
Egging on research describes the harvesting of stem cells from cloned monkey embryo
January 15 2008
New local invention extracts stem cells with placental “juicer” which allows more
stem cells to be extracted from placenta than current methods.
March 19 2008
Pain in the knee? Stem cell surgery can offer relief shows doctors growing cartilage
in lab and implant it into the worn-down joints.
March 22 2008
Little Red Dot’s big stem-cell drive shows how Singapore targets cell-based therapies
for treating degenerative diseases featuring a key article by Dr Alan Colman