Yesterday, August 21, 2015 Sarah Zagorski posted this article on LifeNews.com. In part it says: “In an article in the National Review, associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine, Maureen L. Condic, argues that Planned Parenthood’s claim that we need aborted babies for life saving medical research is false. Condic mentions Nathalia Holt’s article in the New York Times, “The Case for Fetal-Cell Research,” which justifies fetal research by explaining that it has been used to find stem-cell therapies against cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, blindness, diabetes and H.I.V.”
“However, Condic notes that Holt fails to mention a very important piece of information: the majority of those therapies have come from stem cells that are “isolated from birth-related material and/or adult tissue.” In other words, researchers are having great success with adult stem cells and other adult tissue, making fetal tissue research unnecessary.”
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