July 6, 2019

THANKS, W!:

California Borrowed $3 Billion for Embryonic Stem Cell Research in 2004. It Hasn't Cured a Single Patient (WESLEY SMITH   JUL 5, 2019, LifeNews)

Back in 2004, the university-biotech complex and its camp followers in the media and Hollywood convinced California voters to borrow $3 Billion to establish the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). Its purpose was to pay for embryonic stem-cell and human-cloning research over which the federal-government imposed funding restrictions.

The campaign promised cures, and sold itself as a way to defy Bush's modest embryonic stem-cell federal-funding restrictions. Fifteen years later, the money is running out -- and whaddya know? It turns out the promises were mostly hype -- as many opponents of Proposition 71 warned at the time.

Using fetal cells was always ideology, not science.  It was supported only because it was anti-moral.

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