Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Silicon Valley firm under fire for profiting from stem-cell fantasies

"Taking advantage of people's ignorance and fears"

Medical entrepreneurs at StemLifeLine in the upscale Silicon Valley suburb of San Carlos are marketing the creation and storage of "personalized" stem cells from "surplus" human embryos. But ethicists, who say StemLifeLine is selling something it probably can't deliver, are criticizing the firm's moneymaking scheme.

Story continues here: California Catholic Daily

"In Cordibus Jesu et Mariae"