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Articles from Transplant News (February 14, 1999)

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Adult, embryonic murine neural stem cells could have broad implications for humans, scientists say. 410
Chicago Bears Hall of Fame football great Walter Payton goes on waiting list for a liver transplant. 713
Clinton Administration approves federal funding for research on human embryonic stem cells. 1193
CryoLife expands its line of process and preserved human knee tissue. 272
Daredevil stuntman Evel Kneivel receives liver transplant January 29 in Tampa. 130
Despite criticism, Arizona law requiring organs procured be offered to state residents first advances. 289
Development of entirely man-made microbe using artificial genes put on hold to study moral issues. 429
FDA assigns Wyeth-Ayerst Lab's Rapamune "priority review" status and accepts NDA for marketing approval. 166
Heart transplant recipients have high rate of skin cancer, study finds. 202
Maastricht, The Netherlands to host ITCS, ISOS, non-heartbeating donor meetings April 12-16. 101
Pope reaffirms opposition to human cloning. 134
SangStat receives first European approval for its generic oral solution cyclosporine, SangCya. 195
Shortage of transplant nurses could close national transplant unit in Ireland. 114

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