By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Board on Life Sciences, Committee on Guidelines for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research
(National study Council and Institute of medication) offers the Committee on instructions for Human Embryonic Stem telephone Research's findings and proposals. the ideas are meant to augment the integrity of privately funded examine and covers the moral matters surrounding hES phone study and what scientists can do to handle them. Softcover.
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It is ethically problematic to consider alteration of the IVF clinical procedure to deliberately induce more oocytes than needed for reproduction, even with the consent of the participants. Thus, this source of oocytes is likely to be limited and unreliable for any major NT ES cell program. • Oocytes matured from ovariectomies or fetal ovaries from pregnancy terminations. Adult as well as fetal ovaries contain a large supply of immature oocytes, which in principle could be harvested from adult ovaries donated after removal for clinical reasons or from fetal ovaries that are obtained from legal pregnancy terminations.
Other national panels have expressed views about the regulation of reproductive cloning and the use of NT for research into new therapies. President William J. Clinton’s National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC) also issued two reports on the issues. In its 1997 report Cloning Human Beings, issued before the isolation of hES cells, NBAC wrote that hES cells could provide critical strategies for cellbased therapies and that NT could be important in averting graft rejection in recipients of such therapy (NBAC, 1997).
That effectively prevents any use of federal funds to derive hES cells from blastocysts. Research with established hES cell lines is further limited by presidential policy: the policy announced by President George W. Bush in 2001 restricts federal funding of research with hES cells to use of specific federally approved cell lines already in existence before August 9, 2001. 1 Laboratories or companies that provide cells that meet those conditions (originally thought to be roughly 60 cell lines, now thought to be about 22) could list the lines in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry.