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Next Station Stop: The Embryo Farm?

For decades, proponents of destructive embryo research have given at least lip service recognition to the serious ethical concerns inherent to such research. Thus, for example, although the 1999 report from then-President Clinton’s National Bioethics Advisory Commission, Ethical Issues in Human Stem Cell Research, endorsed destructive human embryonic stem cell research (hESCR) and federal funding for it, it nonetheless recognized that the ethical concerns raised by this research were real and that “many would likely agree: the embryo merits respect as a form of human life.”

Eugene C. Tarne
June 9, 2016
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Fox Foundation Funding Patterns Favor Ethical Approaches

But while the Fox Foundation, like CIRM, may have started out emphasizing support for hESCR, that support, also like CIRM’s, has waned over the years. According to its website, the MJFF has awarded 1,350 research grants since its founding in 2000.  Of that total number, just 66 grants went to research using stem cells.

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