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Thursday, September 7th 2006

ESPN Jumps The Gun

I saw the risk first (with a pair of binoculars)!

For athletes, stem cells have much more than the potential to cure disease and save lives — they may be able to heal injuries, boost strength and endurance, and provide a lasting edge over the competition.

If it sounds like stem cells are next frontier for doping in sports, it’s because they very well may be.

A Shot Of Stem Cells
& He’s The Yankee’s Starting Short Sop
Wow, we are soooo lucky to have people working on this right now. At least the AP reporter has the thoughtfulness to throw this in,

While such applications could be years away, their potential use raises more ethical questions about doping in sports.