It is possible of cloning human cells DFG Skeptical Remainswas released.

Experiments of this kind are prohibited in Germany, as import cloned cell lines. The DFG does not intend to of changing the current position.. It is possible of cloning human cells DFG Skeptical Remainswas released, according to a study in the journal Stem Cells, an American group at the onset cell nuclei managed from human skin cells into human enucleated oocytes and to stimulate these new cells, cell division undergo the laboratory. This may be the first step on the way to the cloning of human cells. Many issues related to the method used remain unclear today. The German Research Foundation already its skepticism about the process of ‘therapeutic cloning’or ‘research cloning’when it published a statement on the issue of stem cell research in the fall of 2006.

Notes:Additional staff are first author Ying Zheng, a former postdoctoral associate in Stroock lab, Peter W. Henderson, chief research fellow at Weill Cornell Laboratory for bioregenerative Medicine and Surgery; student Nak Won Choi, and Lawrence J. Bonassar, associate professor of biomedical engineering.Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. Investigated Examines problem the obstetric fistulas.

Toronto Globe and Mail examined on the Tuesday the problem of the obstetrical fistulas that are ‘influence poorest women in the most remote places.’Obstetrical fistula arising if a fetus will be tabled throughout labor to said narrow birth canal of a girl or young wife, creating pressure , blocks the flow of blood for vital tissues and causing tearing of holes in the intestine, urethra or both, incontinence. Physicians to a small fistula surgically repaired into less than two hours but a greater fistula repair and recover of a woman of continence could do more than one surgery is necessary (Kaiser Daily Women’s Health policy coverage from, Obstetric fistulas to be avoided with caesarean section supplies, is less than half less than half the African woman give birth in health facilities and at qualified supervision, to Globe and Mail reports.