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Glasgow company starts clinical trials using neural stem cells from abortion victim

25 November 2010

Reneuron, a Scottish company, has started clinical trials using neural stem cells taken from an aborted foetus. The trials are aimed at repairing the brains of stroke victims. [Reuters, 16 November] Dr James L. Sherley, a leading American stem cell expert who advises SPUC, commented: “Even if bone fide pure neural stem cells were available from ethically consented donors, why would any competent researcher suggest that cells taken from one specific spot in the brain could work anywhere in the brain or spinal cord?"

Other stories:

Judy Garland's mother advised to abort by husband [Scottish Sunday Express, 24 November]

Increase in under-20s having abortion [The Telegraph, 23 November]

Nearly 25% of UK 20 yr olds has had an abortion [LifeSite News, 19 November]

Birth or Not website a fake [The Christian Post, 23 November]

Aborted babies in Thai Temple, renewed call for abortion liberalisation [CNN, 23 November]

US singer/actress Fanatasia Barrion attempted suicide around time of her abortion [, 23 November]

Anorexia-abortion link [Article Monkeys, 23 November]

US patients with Stargardt's macular degeneration to receive stem cells from embryos left over from IVF [The Independent, 22 November]

Skin cells used to produce platlets [Bright Surf, 23 November]

Renewed attempts at cell-based treatment for Parkinson's, including embryonic stem cells [Cambridge University, 23 November]

New report on neurodegenerative diseases and treatments published [Official Spin, 23 November]

More people going private for IVF [Evening Standard, 23 November]

South Korean researchers treat tumors with umbilical cord stem cells [Catholic Culture, 22 November]

Public poll suggests Scots in favour of euthanasia [BBC News Scotland, 23 November]

Dying man opposes South Australia Euthanasia Bill [Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, 22 November]

Analysis of the South Australia euthanasia bills [Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, 23 November]

After failed suicide attempt, husband smotherd 75 yr old wife to death [BBC News, 22 November]

Conception rate falls in England and Wales [The Telegraph, 23 November]

First African to head UNFPA named [MediLexicon, 23 November]

IPPF award for Princess Basma of Jordan [23 November, Reuters]

Planned Parenthood want age of consent lowered to 14 in Peru [LifeSite News, 19 November]

Blonde haired baby in China abandoned [nine msn, 24 November]

Young mums suceeding at university [Nouse, 23 November]

Pro-abortion pornography broadcaster elevated to House of Lords [The Independent, 22 November]

Anti-Mullerian hormone test measures female fertility level [, 23 November]

South Korea crack down on stem cell tourism [Nature News, 23 November]

Is more than DNA passed on in genes? [The Telegraph, 23 November]

Tumors display stem cell qualities, produce on blood vessels [Smart Planet, 22 November]

Dr Nigel Calvert, Cumbria NHS associate director of public health, recognises danger of carbon monoxide to unborn babies [The Westmorland Gazette, 23 November]

Osteoarthritis injection harmful to unborn babies [Article Monkey, 23 November]

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