According to the Wikipedia article for the No-communication theorem:
In very rough terms, the theorem describes a situation that is analogous to two people, each with a radio receiver, listening to a common radio station: it is impossible for one of the listeners to use their radio receiver to send messages to the other listener. This analogy is imprecise, because quantum entanglement suggests that perhaps a message could have been conveyed; the theorem replies 'no, this is not possible'.
According to the Jet Propulsion's recent article on quantum teleportation: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=4384
they can effect an entangled photon (B) with another photon (A) to change the state of the other entangled photon.
Doesn't this contradict what the no-communication theorem states ?