Marathon for number one between Djokovic and Nadal

first_imgIn 2019 it didn’t go too effectively after profitable the primary Grand Slam of the 12 months till he repeated at Wimbledon, though earlier than he took the Madrid Open. On the finish of the 12 months he triumphed in Paris-Bercy. Nadal overcame an inside disaster and some bodily issues to finish up conducting a big land marketing campaign, with the titles of Rome and Paris, and didn’t get out of the semifinals in 11 tournaments, together with Canada and the US Open, the place he gained. Federer went from much less to extra, gained in Miami, finalist in Wimbledon and gained in Halle and Basel. “Number one is one of my two most important objectives, I don’t deny it. The others are the Grand Slams. And, clearly, I nonetheless need to be the most effective ever,” Djokovic acknowledged.All three may have an analogous calendar in 2020, though the Swiss will in all probability not play three tournaments on land this time. Along with the rating, his combat for the Grand Slam titles will stay alive. Nadal (19) continues with choices to advance Federer (20) this course, whereas Djokovic (17) might solely tie him. “I in all probability gained’t be capable of assess the achievements of my profession till I retire,” stated who’s, once more, the opponent to beat. Djokovic loved after his triumph of the photograph shoot of the champions of Australia, which was held within the Royal Botanical Gardens of the capital of Victoria. On a windy day and with some clouds, the solar opened handed through the minutes during which the Balkan posed with the Norman Brookes Problem Cup in his arms and an ear smile. Nole set sail residence to relaxation a number of days earlier than beginning the protection of his number one, which will probably be a marathon. Because of his triumph within the Australian Open, Novak Djokovic appeared yesterday once more as number one on the earth rating with 9,720 factors, to the detriment of Rafa Nadal, who’s now second with 9,395 forward of Roger Federer, third with 7,130. The Serbian claimed the throne 91 days after shedding it by the hands of the Balearic, who might get well it very quickly. It’s aimed on the ATP 500 of Acapulco (from day 24), the place it defends 45 factors and there are 500 for the winner. Though the Serbian might play the identical week in Dubai, the place he didn’t take part in 2019 and can also be class 500.The Spaniard is 325 factors from the brand new winner in Melbourne, who defends after 45 in Indian Wells (he fell within the third spherical in opposition to Kohlschreiber), whereas he gained 360 there as a semifinalist final 12 months. As well as, the Large Three, Nadal is the one that should retain extra factors within the the rest of the season. He gained 8,785 for Djokovic’s 7,055 and Federer’s 6,230, which is farther from the purpose, however on the similar time he can earn greater than his everlasting rivals.last_img read more

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Businessman Underscores Sincerity, Honesty as Hallmarks to Success

first_imgPharaze Dekpah began his business with US$500.00 offered him by his mother when he could not find it easy to go to Monrovia after completing high school in his home county, Nimba.Starting with cotton goods imported from neighboring Guinea, he struggled along with others amidst security challenges during Liberia’s years of instability. He says that, by being focused, he has endeavored for years and is now known as one of Ganta’s successful business entrepreneurs. While being focused on what you wish to achieve may be a primary goal for anyone, Mr. Dekpah is of the belief that to succeed in business is to be sincere and honest, and hard working.Speaking to the Daily Observer in Ganta on Friday, July 10, he underscored that “There is no secret to success in making business but just to be sincere, honest and hard working.” Many a time, speculations go around about successful businesspeople that their success can be influenced by ritualistic or some demonic activities.This, Mr. Dekpah said “has no influence over the successes of businessmen including Prince Howard, Jeremiah Koung (now Nimba District 1 lawmaker) and me, or others you see here. It is all about being sincere and honest, waking up at 4 a.m. or 5 a.m. to begin strategizing as to what you can do in the day to meet your goal.” “When a buyer pays excess money to you for a commodity without knowing, be honest and return the excess to him/her. Do not take it to be a profit. Be sincere with customers when you promise to deliver to them commodities they need, and let it be done on time. As such, they will respect you, build confidence in you and will always look up to you for their needs.“Every time people see someone growing in business they will connect him to blood money, but this is not the case with everyone. Some of us started low and because we worked hard and were sincere and honest in our deeds. We are who we are today and anyone can be the same as we are if he/she applies these moral values,” he noted.According to him, his business has grown up to the point that he now lends out goods on the Later Pay Assignment (LPA) basis, sells wholesale soft drinks, and alcoholic beverages, as well as many other commodities. “Beyond this, we now import motorbikes from the People’s Republic of China under the DEKTA brand name. Some containers have arrived into the country and we expect another container to arrive shortly,” Mr. Dekpah added.He also said besides Ganta where he began his establishment, he has a branch of the DEKTA Business in Tappita, Lower Nimba County.Mr. Depkah is among a few business tycoons in Ganta who have erected a storey building to host his business and family.He said he meant it to be a five-storey building but began with two in the main time to host the business and family while he fetches out for more money to continue the rest in due time.Mr. Pharaze Dekpah, like other Nimbaians who are successful in business, does not feel better making business in Ganta because it is his home county, but because the city is strategically located and business booms there.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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‘No money no wuk’: Cleaners threaten dirty schools for new term

first_img…Union wants 2013 Cabinet decisions implementedTeachers and students turning out for the new school term in September could be greeted with unkempt classrooms, as sweeper-cleaners have vowed not to clean schools if their demands are not met.Marching to chants of “No money no wuk, school gon dutty September!” close to 100 sweeper cleaners from schools in and around Georgetown protested in front of the Ministry of the Presidency on Tuesday, demanding that they be paid their rightful salaries and be allowed their annual leave.Sweeper-cleaners on the protest line in front of the Office of the PresidentThe Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) is yet unable to determine who had made the call to cut the sweeper-cleaners’ salaries, but has vowed to dig deeper.For the July/August holiday period, many single parent women have received a salary of $9000 or less. According to them, the horror unfolded when they checked their bank accounts.“It is unfair to us that we are cleaning schools and we are not getting any proper salary. It unfair to us, we have children to go to school,” one protestor shouted over the raucous crowd.Another protestor, almost in tears, said, “How are we going to send our children to school when the Government didn’t put any money for us? What’s gonna happen? We are single parents, and we need to have money”. She contended that this happens every year around this time.“This month I draw $5000, and so you think it is fair? I have my daughter to go to a private school and it is $80,000. What can $5000 do?Another protestor declared, “It is really unfair that when we go for our salary and when we push in, it is just $5000.The protestors decried their situation, noting that, after many years, they have not been placed in the permanent bracket. This has rendered them ineligible to receive benefits other public servants are given.Another protestor told Guyana Times she has been working with the Government for some 21 years, and over those years she has never been granted leave. “I need leave! I need vacation leave with money! I need my money and my leave together!” she declared.The Guyana Public Service Union, representing the cleaners over the years, has said the current administration seemed to have taken a backseat approach to an issue it forcefully supported while in opposition.The conditions under which the cleaners work are unacceptable, and there is clearly no effort expended to improve them. GPSU’s first Vice President, Mortimer Livan, met with reporters following the protest. He said the situation is developing further into an economic disaster for the workers and their families, as they are, on many occasions, the only source of income.“These workers go to work every day, and perform exceptionally despite the economic challenges that they face… Our call today is to pay them what is deserving; that is, value for their unconditional service. This is an unfortunate development of unmentionable proportions being meted out to sweeper-cleaners in this country”, he said.Livan noted that the union condemns “this uncaring and unkind posture of the authorities, and demands that the conditions under which this category of workers toil be remedied forthwith”.He said neither of the two Governments has implemented some decisions made in Cabinet under the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in 2013, which included that the wages of the sweeper-cleaners be set in accordance with the minimum wages’ order and timely payment.He said the matter was brought up again with President David Granger. However, even with his directives, nothing has been done.Guyana Times has been told that a meeting to discuss the matter was arranged between Union representatives and Government officials.last_img read more

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Evacuation alert cancelled for Electoral Area D

first_imgThe Peace River Regional District has cancelled an evacuation alert for issued for the communities of Gundy, Tupper, Tomslake, One Island Lake and Kelly Lake in Electoral Area “D”. It has also cancelled the State of Local Emergency for Electoral Area “E”.The alert had been issued last Thursday after Environment Canada had issued a rainfall warning for much of the Peace and the B.C. River Forecast Centre had issued a High Streamflow Advisory.- Advertisement -Some areas around the Peace had been expected to receive between 80 and 115 millimetres of rain.Regional District officials say the alert was cancelled since the area no longer requires immediate action to ensure residents’ health and safety or protection of property.The PRRD will continue to monitor conditions around the Peace and will post updates to its‘ website.last_img read more

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JOHN O’DONNELL COURT SENSATION: ‘I OWE €2MILLION AND LOST OUT TO FRANCOIS PONZI SCHEME’

first_imgCllr John O’Donnell as he appeared join the RTE Investigates programme.A COUNTY Councillor has told a court today that he is facing bankruptcy as a result of failed business dealings and doesn’t have any money to pay compensation to a woman he drove over 16 years ago.Cllr John O’Donnell’s finances were laid bare in a remarkable hearing at Letterkenny District Civil Court today in which the politician admitted having millions of euro of debts. The politician said he had judgements against him from ACC Bank and AIB – with two personal guarantees worth €1M each.Petra Kucklick, a German native from Mill Cottage, Rooskey, Creeslough, is suing O’Donnell for an outstanding €33,000 debt from a personal injury claim.The court heard today that the councillor had paid €7,600 in 2009 but then stopped making any payments despite a court order.The politician was at the centre of a scandal in December when he appeared on an RTE Investigates programme in which he appeared to ask for cash for political favours. He has denied the allegations.Ms Kucklick’s barrister Laura O’Reilly, representing the Legal Aid Board, said Ms Kucklick had been awarded personal injury compensation in 2008 and Mr O’Donnell had failed to pay any of the award.The 2008 judgement related to an incident in 2000 in which Mr O’Donnell had driven over the foot of Ms Kucklick at a building site in the county.Today’s court heard Cllr O’Donnell had still not handed over details of his bank accounts in this state and in Northern Ireland to Ms Kucklick.Judge Paul Kelly told Cllr O’Donnell to take the stand and over the course of almost an hour he was cross-examined on all his financial dealings.In his evidence Cllr O’Donnell said:He didn’t have any salary from his wool exporting business, other than the use of a company BMW X5He owed a personal guarantee of €1M to ACC BankHe owed a personal guarantee of €1M to AIB BankA plot of land at Horn Head, Dunfanaghy, had been re-possessed.A property investment with his brother in Kilmacrennan had been re-possessed.He had sued Etic Solutions – run by French crook Francois de Dietrich – for €53,000 but only got a fraction back and not enough to cover his legal costsHe had taken two flights to Alicante in 2014 but only because his then partner had a property thereHe didn’t own a luxury camper van called ‘Betsy’ in which he travelled the entire Wild Atlantic Way last year. He said it was a £480-per-week rental.Donations made to Termon Ladies gaelic team, Milford GAA club and Kilmacrennan Celtic had come from either a council fund or limited companies and not him personally.Bringing a CocaCola truck to Kilmacrennan 14 months ago was paid through a community groupA 2011 trip to China was paid for by the wool company.He didn’t own a lorry used in a St Patrick’s Day parade; the lorry was hired.He didn’t currently own a car but had been given a Volvo V40 free by McGinley Motors “He gave it to me as a goodwill gesture until I can buy one”.Bank statements from 2014 showed he had Sky, Netflix subscriptions and a rental income from properties of €2,000 per month.He didn’t own the Millbridge Inn and didn’t hold the liquor license for it. He was managing it free of charge or salary for family friends.He is surviving on €16,000-a-year county council salary plus expenses.He did spend almost €5,000 of his own money running in the council elections at a time when he had stopped paying Ms Kucklick.Ms O”Reilly told O’Donnell he had paid ‘scant’ regard to the court orders against him in this case.“I genuinely didn’t have the money to pay anything,” said the councillor.The politician said he had been caught up in the Etic Solutions Ponzi scheme but hadn’t got his money back, just enough to cover legal fees.Judge Paul Kelly described the Millbridge Inn situation as “shadowy to say the least”.He said the councillor had provided only a sketchy outline of all his business dealings and earnings.Earlier Cllr O’Donnell had sat at the back of the court room as his solicitor Kevin McElhinney told Judge Paul Kelly that his client had engaged with an insolvency practitioner.He said his client had “significant debts” and was now engaging in the insolvency process and had put a number of proposals to his creditors.Barrister Laura O’Reilly, for Ms Kucklick, told the judge that despite an order four weeks ago they had still not received a statement of means from the independent politician.She said the complainant wished to continue with the legal process, saying that whilst Ms Kucklick would be a preferential creditor, a veto from another creditor would stop the process.Judge Paul Kelly adjourned the case until March 2 when Cllr O’Donnell must provide a proper up-to-date statement of means and all bank records north and south of the Border.JOHN O’DONNELL COURT SENSATION: ‘I OWE €2MILLION AND LOST OUT TO FRANCOIS PONZI SCHEME’ was last modified: February 4th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:’OVERCROWDING CRISIS AT LETTERKENNY HOSPITAL’ – SENATORJohn O’Donnelllast_img read more

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France v Peru: Preview, confirmed line-ups and radio commentary

first_imgtalkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. ‘THEY FAILED’ 3 3 France prepare for their clash with Peru at the Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg France can book their place in the 2018 World Cup’s last 16 when they take on Peru in their second Group C game.Didier Deschamps’ side needed a fortunate late own goal – and VAR – to beat Australia in their opening match and will be looking for a much improved performance in this one. UNITED German icon blames Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and another star for World Cup exit 3 The Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg Peru will be fighting for their lives, however, as they look to keep their knockout hopes alive following the 1-0 defeat to Denmark in their opening match.When is France vs Peru?The match will take place on Thursday, June 21 and will kick off at 4pm UK time.The match will be at the Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg, which has a capacity of around 45,000. Stadiums revealed for 2026 World Cup in USA, Mexico and Canada Latest World Cup News World Cup 23 How can I listen?Click here to listen to our live commentary of the action as it happens on talkSPORT.Who are the key players?N’Golo Kante was the star performer in a tepid French display against Australia. His energy and tenacity will be vital if Les Bleus are to get another win against Peru.Christian Cueva may have missed a penalty against Denmark but he had a good game overall. He needs to bounce back quickly if his nation are to have any chance of a win against France.What’s the team news?France: Lloris, Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Lucas, Pogba, Kante, Mbappe, Griezmann, Matuidi, Giroud.Subs: Mandanda, Kimpembe, Lemar, Dembele, Tolisso, Nzonzi, Rami, Fekir, Sidibe, Thauvin, Mendy, Areola.Peru: Gallese, Advincula, Ramos, Rodriguez, Trauco, Aquino, Yotun, Carrillo, Cueva, Flores, Guerrero.Subs: Caceda, Corzo, Santamaria, Araujo, Hurtado, Farfan, Ruidiaz, Tapia, Polo, Cartagena, Loyola, Carvallo.What does the Group C table look like ahead of the match? 10 amazing football facts you won’t believe are true Japan confirm Russia 2018 squad, including ex-Manchester United man last_img read more

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Football Prepares for Drake-China Ambassadors Bowl

first_imgFirst ever D1 football practice on Chinese soil is in the books!#DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/HmAZ9UWmBK— Drake Football (@DrakeBulldogsFB) May 24, 2018 It was a great night to be a Bulldog. Three different groups represented @DrakeUniversity at the Residence of the Ambassador of China. Special things happen at Drake University. #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/chB3OWH6Xf— Cole Neary (@cneary40) May 24, 2018 Had our 1st practice in China. A sentence I never thought I’d ever say #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/nmSg0yBtt4— Willie Cashmore (@WillieCashmore) May 24, 2018 Our @DrakeBulldogsFB team invaded the Forbidden City this morning. Caused quite the stir. #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/4lFXHtW4kO— Marty Martin (@drakepresident) May 25, 2018 DES MOINES, Iowa — The Drake University football team have put in the final preparations for the Drake-China Ambassadors Bowl as the Bulldogs will square off against a Chinese All-Star team on Saturday in Beijing. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m local time and 12 a.m. CDT.The team left Des Moines Tuesday morning and arrived in China on Wednesday afternoon. The Bulldogs began their first full day in China with a morning practice open to the public at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE).  The team was hosted by U.S. ambassador to China and Drake University Law School alumnus Terry Brandstad Thursday evening at the ambassador’s residence.Thank you Ambassador and Mrs. Branstad for hosting all our @DrakeUniversity Bulldogs in China! #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/RQxLRStgzD— Marty Martin (@drakepresident) May 24, 2018center_img Not everyday you get a picture with the ambassador of China #DUdogsinChina pic.twitter.com/aKstCSrXrz— Jacob Mury (@JacobMury) May 24, 2018On Friday, the Bulldogs spent the morning with a tour of the Forbidden City. The team had their final walkthrough before Saturday’s game in the afternoon.The Forbidden City was fun #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/ZBwEtgnlJN— Patrick (@patcarr154) May 25, 2018 Trip to the Forbidden City this morning #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/nAGK10dGiR— Jordan (@JordanLew68) May 25, 2018 Final walkthrough before GAMEDAY!! #DUDogsInChina pic.twitter.com/NGz9xE3RS4— Drake Football (@DrakeBulldogsFB) May 25, 2018Fans can watch the Drake-China Ambassadors Bowl HERE and stay up to date on the team’s activities by searching the hashtag #DUDogsinChina on Twitter and Instagram.Print Friendly Version Someone once asked, “If it’s the Forbidden City, then how’d you get in?” The answer to this question may be a shock to you all.It’s the front door. #DUDogsinChina pic.twitter.com/QI3RhRTpFo— Drew Lauer (@DruLauer21) May 25, 2018last_img read more

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Hughes ‘lines up £4m bid for Wolves keeper’

first_imgMark Hughes has pencilled in a £4m bid to take Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey to QPR, the Daily Star say.Manager Hughes is said to be planning to table an offer for the 25-year-old if Rangers stay up and Wolves are relegated.Hughes knows the Wales international well and is tipped to make a move for him as soon as the season ends.Meanwhile, Manchester City are reported to be planning to re-sign Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea in the summer.There has been speculation about Sturridge’s future for some time and the Manchester Evening News say City, who sold him to Chelsea three years ago, want to take him back to Eastlands.David Luiz has reportedly been ruled out of Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final clash with Barcelona and is likely to miss the second leg too.The Chelsea defender was declared doubtful for this week’s game after being carried off with a hamstring injury during the FA Cup victory over Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday.The Sun say Luiz will definitely miss Barca’s visit to Stamford Bridge as well as this weekend’s vital league game against Arsenal – and is unlikely to be fit in time for the Blues’ trip to the Nou Camp.And ex-Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has reiterated his desire to see Blues star Didier Drogba join him at Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua along with former Paris St-Germain man Selim Benachour.The Sun quote Anelka as saying: “I hope Benachour and Drogba will quickly join us.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Kiwanis pancake breakfast set for Saturday

first_imgJB Stacy and Lisa Hansen get ready for the annual Red Bluff Kiwanis Round-Up pancake breakfast scheduled for 7-10 a.m. Saturday, April 22 at the Elks Lodge, 355 Gilmore Road. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased at the door or from any Kiwanis member. Stop for breakfast of pancakes, ham, juice and coffee before heading downtown for the Round-Up Parade, which starts at 10 a.m. All proceeds go toward sending more than 100 local children to Kiwanis Camp this summer.last_img

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Adult Stem Cell Advances Continue

first_imgThe momentum for stem cell therapy is still on the side of adult stem cells (ASC), not embryonic stem cell (ESC) research.  Here are some recent findings:Blood vessel repair:  A press release from King’s College London says, “Scientists from King’s College London have uncovered the first genetic evidence that shows cells found on the surface of blood vessels can act as stem cells to assist in both organ growth and tissue repair.”  Leader of the study Paul Sharpe said, “This is the first time perivascular cells have been shown to differentiate into specialised cells during a natural tissue repair process.  In addition to the obvious significance for understanding the cellular mechanisms of tissue repair, it also has wider implications for areas of regenerative medicine/dentistry directed towards stimulating natural repair following tissue damage or disease.”Heart bypass aid:  Your own stem cells may stop heart damage.  “In a new research study under way at the Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center, surgeons are adding a patient’s own stem cells to the heart during cardiac bypass surgery,” a press release from The Methodist Hospital System said.  “The goal of this research study is to determine whether the stem cell infusion will generate new blood vessels and improve heart function more than what is seen through bypass surgery alone.”Genetic defect correction:  At University of Wisconsin, scientists are learning that genes from a patient with genetic defects can be cultured, repaired, and induced into pluripotent stem cells that can be re-injected for tissue repair without risk of causing cancer.  The press release from Morgridge Institute for Research at the university said that the research “moved gene therapy one step closer to clinical reality by determining that the process of correcting a genetic defect does not substantially increase the number of potentially cancer-causing mutations in induced pluripotent stem cells.”Skin repair:  Another press release from King’s College London gives hope for burn victims.  Researchers have found that bone marrow stem cells “that can transform into skin cells to repair damaged skin tissue” during skin grafts.  “It was already known that bone marrow may play a role in skin wound healing, but until now it was not known which specific bone marrow cells this involves, how the process is triggered, and how the key cells are recruited to the affected skin area.”  They identified a marrow protein named HMGB1 “that can mobilise the cells from bone marrow and direct them to where they are needed.”  This story was featured in “News in a nutshell” on The Scientist.Plentiful supply:  The efficiency of reprogramming cells into stem cells just got better.  University of Pennsylvania posted a news report that describes how micro-RNAs (miRNA) can do the job without the usual reprogramming factors.  A team headed found that “a specific group of miRNAs can indeed reprogram mouse and human adult cells into an iPSC state by themselves, and can do so very rapidly and efficiently.”  A video clip showing by Dr. Edward E. Morrissey explaining how the new process is more efficient by two orders of magnitude.Stories about embryonic stem cells generating eyeballs are circulating on the net (see PhysOrg, Science Daily and New Scientist).  Actually, just a rudimentary eye cup has been observed to form from ES cells in mice.  These eye cups show differentiation in to several times of retinal tissues.  The work was published in Nature.1    Either way, the work at RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Kobe, Japan is not necessarily concerned with farming human ESCs for regenerative repair, but only learning how stem cells in an embryo form the body’s tissues in three dimensions.  Commenting on this research in the same issue,1 Ali and Sowden said in “Regenerative medicine: DIY eye” that this research “could offer the prospect of disease modelling and drug testing using induced pluripotent stem cells generated from patients’ tissues.”1.  Eiraku, Takata et al, “Self-organizing optic-cup morphogenesis in three-dimensional culture,” Nature 472, (07 April 2011), pp. 51�56, doi:10.1038/nature09941.2.  Robin R. Ali and Jane C. Sowden, “Regenerative medicine: DIY eye,” Nature 472 (07 April 2011), pp. 42�43, doi:10.1038/472042a.Does anyone see any need to tamper with human embryos?  The tangible results are coming from work with adult stem cells.  If scientists want to play with mouse embryos, fine; but where is the gold rush that was promised with ESCs?  What happened after all those tear-jerking commercials that disabled people were all going to die without embryonic stem cells, and warnings from scientific institutions that other countries would leave American science in the dust if we didn’t relax restrictions on ESC research?    Meanwhile, work with adult stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells, without the ethical issues, has been leaping forward with actual results.  The only applications for embryonic stem cell research so far have been fraud, greed, hype and quackery (QuackResearch.org).  Even leading scientific journals have been guilty (01/09/2006).  Let this be a lesson in political science.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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