TITLE

Letters

PUB. DATE
September 2001
SOURCE
Hastings Center Report;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
Presents commentaries on articles about stem cell research and the role of physicians.
ACCESSION #
5454072

 

Related Articles

  • A winter journey. Wood, William // Hem/Onc Today;2/25/2010, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p42 

    The author reflects on the experiences of a stem cell transplant expert.

  • New cell sources offer hope for wider clinical use.  // Urology Times;Mar2008, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p1 

    An interview with physician Anthony Atala is presented. When asked about the future use of stem cells, he explains that there are only three stem cell types that are pluripotent, where one cell has the ability to go into any of the three germ layers from which all tissues and organs are derived....

  • GPs back use of embryo stem cells for research.  // GP: General Practitioner;2/13/2009, p3 

    The article reports on the outcomes of a survey which examines the opinion of general practitioners (GPs) on the use of embryo stem cells for scientific research in Great Britain. The survey shows that most GPs support the use of stem cells from embryos in scientific research. Out of 480...

  • Engaging Stem Cells for Customized Tendon Regeneration. Thaker, Hatim; Sharma, Arun K. // Stem Cells International;2012, p1 

    The need for a consistent therapeutic approach to tendon injury repair is long overdue. Patients with tendon microtears or full ruptures are eligible for a wide range of invasive and non invasive interventions, often subjectively decided by the physician. Surgery produces the best outcomes, and...

  • On subjects, objects and patients. Bloch, Ralph // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/23/2006, Vol. 174 Issue 11, p1603 

    Presents an article relating the author's thought about death from cancer. Reflection on the life of a physician and a friend who died from cancer; Cause for the failure of physicians to collaborate effectively with terminal patients; Opinion on stem cell research.

  • Double Duty.  // National Geographic;Jul2005, Vol. 208 Issue 1, preceding p2 

    Focuses on photographer Max Aguilera-Hellweg and how an assignment photographing a spinal cord operation inspired him to enter the medical field. How he began studying medicine; What he learned about stem cells in preparing photos for the cover story.

  • Cord Blood Stem Cells Save Children With Hurler's Syndrome.  // Ascribe Newswire: Medicine;5/19/2004, p17 

    Stem cells from a newborn baby's umbilical cord blood can save the lives of children with Hurler's syndrome and can repair much of the progressive brain and organ damage that would otherwise be fatal to children, according to physicians at the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center's Pediatric Blood...

  • Flu and futures. O'Neill, Dee; Young, Gerald; Ashcroft, Philip; Woolford, Peter // New Zealand Doctor;3/23/2005, p2 

    Presents the views of physicians in New Zealand on the preparedness for a flu pandemic, stem cell research, politics and alternative careers. Reason Dee O'Neill of Albany Family Medical Centre in Auckland is fully supportive with stem cell research; Problems in the medical care; Opinion of...

  • 'Spark of life' makes human eggs divide without sperm. Coghlan, Andy // New Scientist;12/4/2004, Vol. 184 Issue 2476, p17 

    The article reports that embryos created by the procedure do not contain any paternal chromosomes just two sets of chromosomes from the mother and so cannot develop into babies. Blastocysts should in theory yield stem cells, but because they are parthenogenetic produced from the egg only they...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sign out of this library

Other Topics