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Old May 25, 05, 03:53
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South Korean scientists who cloned the first human embryo to use for research said on Thursday they have used the same technology to create batches of embryonic stem cells from nine patients.

Their study fulfills one of the basic promises of using cloning technology in stem cell research -- that a piece of skin could be taken from a patient and used to grow the stem cells.

Researchers believe the cells could one day be trained to provide tailored tissue and organ transplants to cure juvenile diabetes, Parkinson's disease and even to repair severed spinal cords. Unlike so-called adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells have the potential from the beginning to form any cell or tissue in the body.

Woo Suk Hwang and colleagues at Seoul National University report their process is much more efficient than they hoped, and yielded 11 stem cell batches, called lines, from six adults and three children with spinal cord injuries, juvenile diabetes and a rare immune disorder.

This study shows that embryonic stem cells can be derived using nuclear transfer from patients with illness ... regardless of sex or age, Hwang told reporters in a telephone briefing.

I am amazed at how much they have accomplished in just a year and the amount, the quality and the rigorousness of their evidence, Dr. Gerald Schatten of the University of Pittsburgh, a stem cell expert who reviewed the study, said in a telephone interview.

While the patients whose cells were copied do not stand at this time to benefit, the researchers hope to study the cells to understand their conditions better.

They also say their method may be less controversial than other work with embryonic stem cells because, by their definition, a human embryo was never actually created.

The report, published in the journal Science, is certain to add to the growing U.S. political controversy over the federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.

Opponents say all such work is unethical and should be banned because human life begins at conception and should not be destroyed.The whole article is pubished in fx120.net/english/HN/index.htm

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Their study fulfills one of the basic promises of using cloning technology in stem cell research -- that a piece of skin could be taken from a patient and used to grow the stem cells.

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It would help in the field of medicine... If this makes really successful then we have already a medicine or way to completely remove and scars coming from vehicle accidents, burn, and etc.
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I know this is an old post - but I feel cloning is very scary! I understand that there is some good to it, but sooner or later - we're going to start cloning and "growing" humans and major scandals and controversies will develop. Very scary....
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It would help in the field of medicine... If this makes really successful then we have already a medicine or way to completely remove and scars coming from vehicle accidents, burn, and etc.
Yes you are right it help us loot. What happened when we miss use of cloning. A living hood who had take a birth in the world they must have die at their time. By cloning are we not interfere in nature's work?
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It would help all the people in this world.
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