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Cloning Whistleblower: Little Changed in S. Koreaby Youkyung LeeAssociated PressOctober 24th, 2014The whistle-blower who exposed breakthrough cloning research as a devastating fake says South Korea is still dominated by the values that allowed science fraudster Hwang Woo-suk to become an almost untouchable national hero.
Synthetic Biologists Create Paper-Based Diagnostic for Ebolaby Karen WeintraubMIT Technology ReviewOctober 24th, 2014Scientists say they can embed sophisticated genetic tests onto a piece of paper.
The Betatrophin Bluesby Paul KnoepflerKnoepfler Lab Stem Cell BlogOctober 24th, 2014It’s unclear what the fate of the 2013 Betatrophin paper will be moving forward given that its central argument is incorrect and even the naming of the molecule “Betatrophin” is indeed perhaps not appropriate any more.
The Sobering Facts About Egg Freezing That Nobody’s Talking Aboutby Pamela Mahoney TsigdinosWiredOctober 24th, 2014Women must be fully informed about reproductive medicine before setting their hopes on it. Egg freezing and IVF are high-risk processes with life changing consequences.
Silicon Valley’s Egg-Freezing Perk Is Bad for People Across the Boardby Marcy DarnovskyRH Reality CheckOctober 23rd, 2014Egg freezing is an individualized, questionably effective technical fix for a fundamentally social problem.
Minister Sparks Backlash for Suggesting Foreigners Could Undergo 'Three-Parent Babies' IVF Treatment in Britainby Ben Riley-SmithTelegraphOctober 23rd, 2014Jane Ellison says she expects overseas patients to receive controversial IVF treatment if Parliament approves legislation in move politicians say could trigger new health tourism.
For $100,000, You Can Clone Your Dogby Josh DeanBloomberg BusinessweekOctober 22nd, 2014Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, infamous for his announcement of the first cloning of a human embryo that turned out to be fabricated, now uses somatic cell nuclear transfer to clone people's beloved dogs.
Human-Subjects Research: The Ethics Squadby Elie DolginNatureOctober 21st, 2014Bioethicists are setting up consultancies for research — but some scientists question whether they are needed.
Technology and Inequalityby David RotmanMIT Technology ReviewOctober 21st, 2014Profound wealth disparities in Silicon Valley highlight the "new world order" in which technological development exacerbates inequality instead of diminishing it.
Procedure on Paralyzed Man Stirs Hope and Cautionby Benedict CareyThe New York TimesOctober 21st, 2014The case of a Polish man who was paralyzed from the chest down until receiving a novel nerve-regeneration treatment has stirred as much excitement on the Internet as it has extreme caution among many experts.
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