El lobby de las células embrionarias, telón de fondo del fraude de la clonación

Data published up to the end of December 2005 and concerning embryonic stem cells, as well as cells of embryonic type pretending to preserve the genetic information of patients and prepared by nuclear transference is analyzed. Comments and silences of scientists working on this topic, the lack of pr... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: López Moratalla, Natalia
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Asociación Española de Bioética y Ética Médica, AEBI 2005
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Laburpena: Data published up to the end of December 2005 and concerning embryonic stem cells, as well as cells of embryonic type pretending to preserve the genetic information of patients and prepared by nuclear transference is analyzed. Comments and silences of scientists working on this topic, the lack of precise information in scientifi c publications and the way the subject is being treated in the media refl ects the existence of a lobby in support of research on embryos and human cloning aimed at a hypothetical therapeutic use in regenerative medicine. This lobby is falsifying reality hiding that scientifi c research has clearly shown embryonic stem cells lack any value in regenerative medicine, and effi ciency of adult stem cells. This pressure group assembles economic interests of biotechnological fi rms and IVF private clinics with their research centres aimed at the study of embryonic stem cells. Political and ideological interests seriously infl uencing laws on this topic supporting promoters of the use of embryonic cells and/or fetuses as working material, justifying their scientifi c endeavours are also gathered. Opponents to this work would be disqualifi ed because of religious motivations being an obstacle to scientifi c progress. This pressure is clearly alien to science. It is now clear that data, published on may 2005 and related to cloning aimed at therapeutic use, were a fraud as manifested by their authors.