Read a July 11, 2013 article that describes the great advancements that have been made in stem cell research, but how much more is left to understand about the effects of treatment.
Read a July 12, 2013 Phys.org article about recent developments in stem cell research that allow embryo’s to be taken out of the process.
Read a July 11, 2013 article about the recently discovered noninvasive technique for tracking stem cells after transplantation developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine.
A 2013 Gallup poll has observed how U.S. citizens view stem cell research and how their views have changed over a 10 year period.
Pollingreport.com lists recent polls from different organizations about stem cell research.
An Aug. 3, 2005, poll by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life and the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that by a nearly 2-1 ratio (57 percent to 30 percent) Americans said it was more important to conduct stem cell research to find new cures than to not destroy the […]
See CNN’s web page on stem cells for a general description and timeline of their prominence throughout history.
The Rev. Bob Edgar is general secretary of the National Council of Churches which works for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States. Contact through director of media relations Daniel Webster.
Carrie Gordon Earll is bioethics analyst for Focus on the Family, which opposes all forms of cloning and embryonic stem cell research on the grounds that any embryo is a human life.