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STEM CELLS IN 2000 – The pope, Bill Clinton and stem cells (a look back)

In ALL ARTICLES, RELIGION & STEM CELLS, STEM CELLS FROM THE PAST, STEM CELLS IN THE NEWS on September 28, 2011 at 12:46 pm

STEM CELLS IN 2000 – The pope, Bill Clinton and stem cells (a look back)

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September 02, 2000 -By Gordon Prather

© 2009 WorldNetDaily.com

Well, you probably don’t expect Pope John Paul II and Bible-toting Bill to agree on abortion. So you were probably not surprised that, after Clinton announced the Final Federal Guidelines on Pluripotent Stem Cell research

last week, the pope immediately addressed in English an international congress being held in Rome of the Transplantation Society.

The Pope said, “Attempts at human cloning with a view to obtaining organs for transplants … insofar as they involve the manipulation and destruction of human embryos, are not morally acceptable.”

Now some newsies reported that the pope had come out against “cloning” humans, which he hadn’t. And from some news accounts you may have supposed that Bill Clinton had completely reversed his position of only three years ago, prohibiting the cloning of humans, which he hadn’t.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=20079

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  1. Wish I were at the World Stem Cell Summit – creating a new marketing plan for venture capitalists to invest in to re-educate the masses on the future of stem cells takeover in medicine – Stem Cells – are not science fiction. Why can’t people look back in time at what we once thought of as preposterous that are now daily practices in medicine? Science is progressive – as is art.

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