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Articles from Transplant News (April 28, 2002)

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40 US Nobel Laureates sign joing statement supporting nuclear transplantation technology for research, therapeutic purposes. 1001
American Home Products changes its name to Wyeth. Brief Article 147
Australia to allow use of human embryos for stem cell research. Brief Article 380
Autologous stem cell transplantation shows promise as a Parkinson's treatment. Brief Article 432
Bush, Frist support total ban on human cloning; Senate to decide fate of therapeutic cloning in next few weeks. Brief Article 386
Circulating adult blood stem cells may give rise to various tissues. Brief Article 361
Commentary Allocation, turf battles over, transplant community should turn focus on gaining HHS Institute status. Publisher, Jim Warren Editor & Industry Overview 1022
Compaq receives contract from Living Bank as server for national donor registry. Brief Article 171
Correction. Brief Article 100
Countries scrambling to draft guidelines for xenotransplantation human clinical trials. Correspondent, Michele Grygotis Transplant News Special Brief Article 762
Excerpt from Senator Bill Frist's OP ED article "Not Ready for Human Cloning" in the April 11 Washington Post. Brief Article 355
Excerpt from Washingon Post April 19 editorial--"The Promise of Cloning". Brief Article 332
Excerpts of remarks by President Bush on human cloning legislation made on March 22. Brief Article 957
Fetal striatal cell transplants feasible for Huntington's disease but may not be helpful. Brief Article 308
Gene therapy shows long-term success in restoring babies' immune systems. Brief Article 399
HHS OIG investigating 3 Chicago hospitals; improper listing of liver transplant candidates alleged. Brief Article 507
Illinois priest gives parishioner part of his liver. 292
Mandatory donation would save more lives than consent system-researchers. Brief Article 385
More live donors than cadaveric in US in 2001, cadaveric, corneas rate flat. Brief Article 326
Names in the News. 311
Novartis reports Certican trials demonstrate reduced risk of graft vasculopathy in heart transplant recipients. Brief Article 153
One artificial heart patient dies, another goes home from hospital. Brief Article 316
Senator Helms receives artificial heart valve replacement. 99
Simple blood test can identify transplant recipients prone to rejection. Brief Article 224
Surgeons in China perform first whole ovary transplant. Brief Article 234
With 51,000 patients on list in US for a kidney, 5 year waits, experts use "R" word in grappling for answers. Publisher, Jim Warren Editor & Brief Article 880
World Heart receives CE Mark to introduce new conduit for use with Novacor LVAS. Brief Article 164

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