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OF RACISM, SICKLE CELL, AND STEM CELL RESEARCH

OF RACISM, SICKLE CELL, AND STEM CELL RESEARCH

By Don C. Reed Half a century ago, I witnessed an act of pure racist cruelty. I had been hired as a deckhand on a crewboat, ferrying supplies to the oilrigs, near Morgan City, Louisiana. But there was no work at the moment, and I was back at headquarters, hanging out...

CAN CALIFORNIA AFFORD TO RENEW OUR STEM CELL PROGRAM?

By Don C. Reed On November 3rd, California voters will head to the polls and make a potentially life-changing decision: Can we afford to continue advancing life-saving and life-changing medical research by dedicating $5.5 billion dollars — to renew funding for our...

ARE YOU PARALYZED?

ARE YOU PARALYZED?

By Don C. Reed This coming November 3, if you are among the thousands of Californians with a spinal cord injury, you need to vote to renew the California stem cell program. Let me tell you why. My son, Roman Reed, has been paralyzed for 26 years, ever since September...

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...

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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