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The Food and Drug Administration, which is under HHS, contracted with Advanced Bioscience Resources in July to acquire fetal tissue to implant into mice for research purposes. Republicans on Capitol Hill criticized the decision in a letter to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, writing that “unborn children are not commodities to be bought and sold.” “The practice of conducting research using the body parts of children whose lives have been violently ended by abortion is abhorrent,” reads the Sept. 17 letter, signed by 85 House members. (Hellmann, 9/24) The Hill: Trump Administration Terminates Contract With Fetal Tissue Firm After Opposition From Anti-Abortion Groups The Wall Street Journal: Trump Administration Cancels Research Contract For Fetal Tissue This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. The action rekindles a longstanding and emotional debate over the use of fetal tissue in research. Conservative evangelical voters, who are among the GOP’s strongest supporters, strongly oppose the use of such tissue when it comes from abortions. Research groups, however, say the use of fetal tissue is vital to medical advances because it has qualities that adult tissue doesn’t have.The debate over abortion, they add, should be kept separate from the question of whether such tissue should be used. (Armour and Burton, 9/25) In other news from the administration — The Washington Post: Trump Administration Launches Review Of Government-Funded Fetal Tissue Research The Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday placed the head of its Office of Children’s Health Protection on administrative leave, in an unusual move that several observers said appeared to reflect an effort to minimize the role of the office. Dr. Ruth Etzel, a pediatrician and epidemiologist who has been a leader in children’s environmental health for 30 years, joined the E.P.A. in 2015, after having served as a senior officer for environmental health research at the World Health Organization. (Davenport and Rabin, 9/26) The announcement follows the release of a letter sent earlier this month by 45 anti-abortion leaders to HHS Secretary Alex Azar, expressing outrage about the Food and Drug Administration’s contract and urging him to end government funding for fetal tissue research. In 2017, the National Institutes of Health spent roughly $98 million on the research. “The use of fetal tissue is important or even necessary for some kinds of work,” said Alta Charo, a bioethics professor from the University of Wisconsin who has defended fetal tissue research before Congress. Charo noted that research using fetal tissue led to the development of key vaccines and is now crucial to research on understanding how exposure to Zika virus during pregnancy causes birth defects. (Thielking, 9/25) The Trump administration has launched a review of all federally funded research that uses fetal tissue and has canceled one contract for such material, stepping into a decades-old controversy that has been a sidelight to the ideological war over abortion. Federal health officials dispatched a letter Monday ending a contract with a California-based nonprofit group targeted by social conservatives in Congress and a coalition of antiabortion and faith-based groups. In July, the Food and Drug Administration had agreed to pay the organization, Advanced Bioscience Resources, nearly $16,000 for fetal tissue that was to be implanted into mice for research into immune responses to drugs. (Goldstein, Cha and McGinley, 9/25) Administration To Audit All Federally Funded Research Using Fetal Tissue, Reopening Decades-Long Controversy Following the news that HHS would terminate a small contract with a California biosciences firm came a larger announcement that the agency is going to launch a comprehensive review of all government-funded research that uses fetal tissue. Biomedical scientists were alarmed that the audit could lead to restrictions, saying fetal tissue has been vital in testing vaccines, exploring Parkinson’s disease treatments and understanding the transmission of HIV. Stat: Trump Administration Launches Review Of Scientific Research Involving Fetal Tissue The New York Times: E.P.A. Places The Head Of Its Office Of Children’s Health On Leave
The “head of Taliban political office in Doha, Bardar, visited China”, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told the media here Thursday.“During his visit, the Chinese officials exchanged views with him on the peace and reconciliation process as well as the fight against terrorism,” he said.Bardar was told about the constructive role being played by China in peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan, Lu said.“We always support the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned extensive and inclusive peace and reconciliation as well as the internal dialogue among the Afghanis. So, we have made the position clear with the Taliban chief negotiator,” he said. Virat Kohli won’t have a say in choosing new coach After Masood Azhar blacklisting, more isolation for Pakistan Mullah Baradar, one of the four top commanders who formed the Taliban in 1994, was released from jail last year by the Pakistan government. He is believed to be the highest ranking Afghan Taliban prisoner freed so far.After his release from the jail, Mullah Bardar has been holding talks with US Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad.China, a close ally of Pakistan, has been trying to iron out differences between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of providing safe haven to the Afghan Taliban, Haqqani network and other militant groups, which carry out attacks in the war-torn country. Advertising China has also been holding talks with India over the situation in Afghanistan.China’s special envoy in Afghanistan Deng Xijun visited New Delhi in May last and held talks the top External Affairs Ministry officials. By PTI |Beijing | Published: June 20, 2019 5:03:12 pm More Explained Advertising US Special Representative for Afghanistan, Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, and Deputy Commander of the Taliban Movement for Political Affairs, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (right) during a meeting. (AP Photo/File)China on Thursday for the first time acknowledged that it recently hosted Afghan Taliban’s chief peace negotiator Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar for talks as part of its stepped-up efforts to enlarge its strategic role in Afghanistan and efforts to restore peace in the war-torn country. A Taliban attack on children causes outrage, everywhere but at peace talks US hails talks with Taliban, denies troop withdrawal window The Taliban promise to protect women. Here’s why women don’t believe them Advertising “This is an important part of our efforts to promote peace talks. Both sides agreed that the exchange is mutually beneficial and we also agreed to seek communication and cooperation for a political settlement of the Afghan issue. We will try and talk through various means and ways to play our due role in realising peace and reconciliation, stability and development in Afghanistan,” Lu said.Mullah Baradar held several senior positions in the Taliban government before its fall in 2001. He was once considered the most influential Taliban leader after Mullah Muhammad Omar.Asked what the Taliban wants to end civil war in Afghanistan, Lu said, “I believe the relevant parties in Afghanistan who are committed to peace talks hope to resolve the internal situation in Afghanistan and achieve sustainable peace and reconciliation”.“China is trying to promote the dialogue of Afghanis. Another issue is the joint fight against terrorism,” he said. Best Of Express Related News Karnataka trust vote today: Speaker’s call on resignations, says SC, but gives rebel MLAs a shield Taking stock of monsoon rain India and China also conducted a joint programme to train diplomats of Afghanistan. Post Comment(s)