In The News
Hank Greely will present a talk, "Human Embryonic Stem Cells: Science, Ethics and Politics," today, as featured in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Jennifer McCormick is quoted in this article in USAToday on the state of stem cell research in the country. A recent study by McCormick found that stem cell researchers in other countries are out-publishing U.S. scientists.
Christopher Scott comment's on President Bush's veto of legislation that would have expanded federal funding for stem cell research in this Stanford Daily article.
In this Time.com article Christopher Thomas Scott discusses how many American researchers are moving to Singapore as a result of all the politics involved with stem cell research.
A doctor and two nurses at Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans are being accused of purposely injecting patients with a lethal dose of painkillers during Hurricane Katrina. David Magnus provides comment in a Los Angeles Times article, which also appears in the Cincinnati Post. Magnus is also quoted in the Seattle Times.
David Magnus discussed Gov. Schwarzenegger's approval of a $150 million loan for the state's stem cell agency on KPIX-TV.
Jennifer McCormick is quoted in this UsaToday article discusses researchers' reaction to President Bush's veto of stem cell legislation.
Hank Greely discussed President Bush's veto on a bill authorizing federal funding for embryonic stem cell research on KCBS-AM.
Christopher Scott, is featured in a McClatchy-Tribune News service piece appearing in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the San Jose Mercury News website.
David Magnus provides comment in the New Orleans Times-Picayune and also in the Middle East Times regarding a doctor and two nurses at Memorial Medical Center in New Orleans who are being accused of purposely injecting patients with a lethal dose of painkillers during Hurricane Katrina.
During a segment of Evening Drive Time on KGO-AM radio David Magnus commented on funding for stem cell research and Bush's veto of stem cell legislation.
On KPIX-TV David Magnus discussed the use of pills to wipe away the memories of soldiers suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.
Christopher Scott, is quoted in the Newsweek International Q&A on federal restrictions on stem cell research.
A handful of medical device and drug companies are offering would-be patients professional help battling their insurance companies for coverage of costly or controversial treatments. Mildred Cho weighs in on the practice.