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“Pluripotent, which is what the president specifically used in his statement today, can turn into just about anything as well, except for a human being.”
“Pluripotent" means the cells theoretically have the ability to become any type of cell found in the human body.”
“Some great scientists had endorsed the program: Paul Berg, winner of the Nobel Prize for his work with DNA; Shinya Yamanaka of Japan, inventor of Induced Pluripotent stem cells; Dalton Friedrich, who leads the world-renowned Miami Project to cure paralysis; Zach Hall, former director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke NINDS and more.”
“And yes, I know about induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells -- the new possible replacement for embryonic stem cells -- and of course I support them.”
“Here is an interesting video clip from Oprah where Doctor Oz proclaims the stem cell debate closed and explains the benefits of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Research IPS Cell Technology to Oprah and fellow guest Michael J. Fox.”
“Pluripotent cells are capable of turning into any kind of tissue, and stem cells are capable of renewing themselves indefinitely.”
“SMITH: Especially in light of the recent breakthroughs in what's called Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, IPSLs, which are the biggest break through I think in modern times where skin ...”
“S. 30 directs the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to prioritize the alternative methods of securing embryonic stem cells utilizing the methods described in a widely criticized White Paper of the President's Council of Bioethics, "Alternative Sources of Pluripotent Stem Cells.”
“This bill, entitled Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act, was unwittingly passed by the Senate 100 to 0.”
“The two other bills he mentioned above are S. 2754 (the Alternative Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies Enhancement Act) and the yet-to-be-introduced “Anti-Fetus Farm Bill”.”
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