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Review of Revolutionary Therapies, by Don C. Reed

I highly recommend Revolutionary Therapies as a well-written and engaging book on the critical importance of stem cell therapies. Stem cell therapy advocate Don Reed has written another fascinating book on stem cell therapies and their importance in saving lives. The...

SAVE CIRM! Last Chance to Save the California Stem Cell Program!!

By Don C. Reed, author of  the new book,  REVOLUTIONARY THERAPIES, from World Scientific Publishing, Inc. Folks! We have until April 18th, this Saturday, to save the California stem cell program, officially titled the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, or...

HOW WE WILL WIN: Parkinson’s People Know How To Fight

I have always believed that people with Parkinson’s disease are the toughest advocacy fighters of them all—because their condition is progressive, which means it gets worse—and so, whether they have Parkinson’s themselves, or love someone who does, they will fight....

RALLY AROUND THE STEMCELL FLAG—for UC Davis’s Future Too!!

If you love UC Davis, and stem cell research too, now is the time to fight! The California stemcell program  provided major funding for  UC Davis—how much?   $143,156,678.00 One hundred forty-three million dollars in research funding, including $20 million to...

THE STANFORD/CIRM STEM CELL CONNECTION—to be Continued?

THE STANFORD/CIRM STEM CELL CONNECTION—to be Continued?

Stanford University: it is huge, and useful. Probably no medical institution in the world has produced more advanced stem cell research, treatments and therapies. Add that strength to the power of  the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), and you...

Don Reed's NEW BOOK - - "REVOLUTIONARY THERAPIES!"

How the California Stem Cell Program Saved Lives, Eased Suffering -
and Changed the Face of Medicine Forever

By Don C. Reed, World Scientific Publishing, March 20th, 2020

Chronic diseasethreatens the world.
In America alone, more than 100 million children and adults suffer chronic (long-lasting or incurable) diseases. These are not empty statistics, but people we know, members of your family and mine...

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