A comprehensive account of the whistleblowers’ side of a scandal that rocked the most hallowed halls in science. This still-unfolding saga is a cautionary tale about corruption, hype, and power that raises profound questions about how to uphold integrity in scientific research

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Draft guidelines permit gene-editing tools for research into early human development

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A bone-marrow transplant treated a patient’s leukemia — and his delusions, too. Some doctors think they know why

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New report identifies unlicensed clinics advertising their services online

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Clear Up This Stem-Cell Mess

September 27, 2018

Confusion about mesenchymal stem cells is making it easier for people to sell unproven treatments, warn Douglas Sipp, Pamela G. Robey and Leigh Turner

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Lab-Grown Meat

September 19, 2018

Meat produced without killing animals is heading to your dinner table

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People with multiple sclerosis sometimes become desperate and will travel to other countries for experimental stem cell treatments. That’s not always a good idea

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Coinciding with the International Society for Stem Cell Science (ISSCR) meeting in Melbourne, our Jeremy Sugarman along with Douglas Sipp and Megan Munsie take the opportunity, at 20 years since the first derivation of human embryonic stem cells, to comment on the ethical tensions now taking center stage

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