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The UC-Davis Stem Cell Ethics Conference, Part One

So… I’ve been promising to post material from the Feb 12th conference for a while, and here it FINALLY is! I’ve been moving to a new house… and I didn’t have net access for weeks and weeks… and the dog ate my homework… and, okay; enough already. I think I’ve been trying to fit these notes into literary form, because they will become an important aspect of the book. But it’s more important to get them out there for people to read. So… keeping in mind that these are fairly rough… here’s Part One!

The scene opens on February 11, at Tim Caulfield’s introductory talk…
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UC-Davis Stem Cell Ethics Conference On Feb 12th

I’m leaving for the conference today, yay! I’m really excited about this one. There are so many important issues in this area with stem cells right now, especially with the Gordie Howe story. So much of the stem cell field is unregulated right now the second you get out of the U.S., and that’s an issue that has to be addressed. Here’s the link to the pdf of the agenda for the day:
Symposium Flyer 2.12.15 (1)