Cloned cells appear to treat Parkinsons in mice

As with most MSM stories about stem cell research, there is much left out of the article. See Wesley J. Smith’s analysis of the research for the missing pieces. — PID

Mar 24, 2008 (REUTERS) — Researchers who used cloned embryonic stem cells to treat Parkinson’s disease in mice said on Sunday they worked better than other cells. The researchers were trying to prove that it is possible to make embryonic stem cells using cloning technology and use them to provide a tailor-made treatment. Full Report