SCBE In The News
March 2006

KUSP-FM (Santa Cruz)
Christopher Scott
discussed stem cell research and policy during a segment.

Perspectives (KQED-FM)
Holly Tabor
, postdoctoral fellow in the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, discussed the story of a young, autistic basketballer during this segment. Tabor's child is also autistic.

KBSG-FM (Seattle)
Christopher Scott
discussed stem cell research during the morning talk-show Conversations.

San Francisco Chronicle
Merging Animal, Human Cells - Where's The Line?
The work of Irving Weissman, the Virginia and DK Ludwig Professor for Clinical Investigation and director of the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, is referenced in this article on chimeras. Hank Greely is also quoted.

The Economist
Organs to order
This article discusses the idea of being able to create replacement organs from scratch, using a patient's own tissues. Christopher Scott is quoted. (For a faxed copy of the article, please contact the News Bureau at 723-6911.)

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

House Panel to Focus on Stem Cell Research

A U.S. House subcommittee will hold a hearing this week to consider issues raised by fraudulent stem cell research led by South Korean researcher Hwang Woo-suk. David Magnus provides comment.

Forum (KQED-FM)
Christopher Scott
discussed stem cell research during this show.