Posts Tagged ‘Tim Caulfield’

Major League Baseball Pitchers and “Stem Cell” therapy

Author: David Kent, 04/18/17

With the Toronto Blue Jays* off to a terrible start, I was almost dissuaded from reading anything about baseball, until I happened upon the following article: “Stem-cell therapy is poised to disrupt the Tommy John epidemic in baseball.” First, I had to do my standard “fake news” check by triangulating the sources, readings, etc., but…Read more

Right Turn: On (and off) the podium at the stem cell Olympics

Author: Lisa Willemse, 02/14/14

> Stem cells don’t usually feature prominently at Olympic events, unless in connection with performance enhancement, which has been alleged at both the 2008 and 2012 summer games. But, as Paul Knoepfler pointed out in his blog, if stem cell doping at the Olympic level is happening at all, it’s likely on a very small…Read more

Right Turn: “Perceptions of Promise”

Author: Stacey Johnson, 11/29/13

. Science as art is not a new concept. Google the term and you’ll see 2,330,000 hits. Princeton University has been holding an art-science competition since 2005 and the organizers have received hundreds of images from within the university community. The 2013 winners are posted here. In the world of stem cells, there are many…Read more