President Obama Overturns Bush Stem Cell Ban

During a ceremony at the White House today, President Obama signed an Executive Order to overturn President Bush’s 2001 restrictions on using federal funds for research on embryonic stem cells. The Executive Order is focused on stem cell research, but it signals a desire by the Obama Administration to return scientific integrity to its policy decisions. Accompanying the Executive Order will also be a Presidential Memorandum to ensure that the government’s scientific decisions are insulated from political influence. This is a welcome change after 8 years of the Bush Administration ignoring or distorting science to further its political agenda.

2 thoughts on “President Obama Overturns Bush Stem Cell Ban

  1. The medical scientists involved with the experimentation of taboo or morally prohibited proceedures on human beings prior to WWII would probably be recognized as legitimate by the hypocratic oath as it is observed in the 3rd millenium. Nazi German scientists discovered volumes of medical knowledge pertaining to the human body. The subjects of experimentation in Nazi extermination camps can be acclaimed to have contributed more than just statistics about thermal transduction limitations of humans is freezing conditions. Prior to cybernetics and the linking of the human mind to machines, men who were privy to the EXTRACT that induced the human male’s “inner ear” divided themselves from the woman and and males of lesser distinction into secret societies and other private mens groups. Since the discovery of cybernetic pharmacuiticals which originally were refined from the testicles of the Jewish men in extermination camps; woman, blacks, and children are now cybernectically connected with the “intelligent’ machines of the 3rd millenium. Will feminist America find a way to evolve males into spineless unisexuals permanently into the future? At least now we know that new woman’s barren womb is a good source of fetal excrement for stem cell research. It’s also good to know that the inner ear of the black male is in reality upside the front of his rod in her. While police are telling us “white” guys to freeze in all the super cop movies and Rock and Roll music, its also good to know that one step over the ZERO tolerance line, and the cocaine, etc, that will reduce him to a real pussy will put him prison.

  2. I was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in early 1997. Then started Interferon treatments a few months later; with great disappointment my doctor said I could not take it due to various side effects. My liver enzymes at that time were ALT 264 AST 141. So I waited for a new type of medicine.

    A lady I got to know told me of a Dr. Gonzalez that had been treating her with placenta implants for her lupus and immune deficiency. Her doctors here had given her months to live, so she tried Dr. Gonzalez and was doing good three years later.

    With a bit of despair and not too much belief in this placenta implant thing, I went to see Dr. Gonzalez. At the time I went to see him, Nov. 2001, my ALT was 587 and my AST 318. After my implant, I had blood work done Nov. 2002. My ALT was 152 and AST 89. I waited so long because I was still pessimistic in the implant. So I was a little excited but still pessimistic. I had my second implant Dec. 2002, and then had blood work the end of Jan. 2003 ALT 75 AST 49.

    I was almost in full belief until Dec. 2003 my ALT was 47 and AST 42 . My level had not been that low in almost 15 years. Feb. 2003 ALT 34 AST 14 . So now when my levels start creeping up to 100 or so I get another implant. Recently, I had an implant Oct. April 2007 then blood work Nov. September 2007. Blood work came out normal, what a good word to hear when you have Hep C.

    I am by all means not saying this is curing my Hepatitis C because it is not. My viral count a year ago was 21 million; I don’t get that checked any more, a little to depressing. Even with the immune system of a Hep C patient, I rarely ever get sick. I have no doubt these implants have extended my life with Hep C. Thank you Dr. Gonzalez

    Thanks for everything, I’m so glad that I spoke to you and found such a wonderful stem cell treatment. If you need to visit this hospital then feel free here: 1.303.578.0719, [email protected]

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