Tuesday, October 9, 2012

And the winner is...

Adult Stem Cells over Embryonic Stem Cells.

Looks like this is a  chickens have come home to roost moment, and the chickens have gone and won the Noble Prize. Hmm.. did that make sense? Anyhow, the MSM has tried and failed again to win everyone over to their cause that there are miracle cures to be had with embryonic stem cells. The future is squarely with adult cells.

The announcement of the prize contrasts the success achieved in using non-embryonic stem cells with the disappointing results from embryonic stem cells. The commission's statement noted that “recently GeronCorp., the world’s leading embryo-research company, announced it was closing down its stem-cell program.”

Read more here. And

British and Japanese researchers have been awarded this year's Nobel Prize for showing how to create embryonic stem cells without using human embryos in a genuinely promising line of research.
More at Investor's Business Daily.


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