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Pete Buttigieg (pictured February 28, 2020) had risen rapidly from being a virtual unknown to becoming a national political figure, but he scored poorly in the South Carolina primary. AFP His aides told US media that theformer military veteran who served in Afghanistan would officially suspend hiscampaign. (AFP) The 38-year-old had risen rapidly frombeing a virtual unknown to becoming a national political figure, but he scoredpoorly in the latest primary in South Carolina, coming fourth with just eightpercent. He was scheduled to address supporterslater Sunday in South Bend, Indiana, where he was previously the mayor. WASHINGTON – Pete Buttigieg, the firstopenly gay United States presidential candidate from a major party, on Sundayended his campaign to be the Democratic nominee in the November electionagainst Donald Trump.
A panel of experts commissioned by the university concluded that the process used to identify tissue derived from the adult stem cells was “significantly flawed, and that the interpretations based on these data, expressed in the manuscript, are potentially incorrect.” MINNEAPOLIS – A scientific panel says a 2002 study that suggested adult stem cells might be as useful as embryonic ones was flawed and its conclusions may be wrong, a finding that raises questions about the promise of a less controversial source for stem cells. The research by Catherine Verfaillie at the University of Minnesota concluded that adult stem cells taken from the bone marrow of mice could grow into an array of biological tissues, including brain, heart, lung and liver. So far only embryonic stem cells, which are commonly retrieved by destroying embryos at an early stage of development, are known to hold such regenerative promise. Many scientists believe they might one day be used to treat certain diseases and other conditions. Opponents of stem cell research seized on the 2002 findings as evidence that stem cell science could move forward without destroying embryos. But Verfaillie has acknowledged flaws in parts of the study after inquiries from the British magazine New Scientist. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!