You’re Invited! Oct 14th Stem Cell Event
NEW BOOK TELLS CALIFORNIA STEM CELL STORY
What: Book launch for “Stem Cell Battles”, by Don C. Reed.
Where: California Institute for Regenerative Medicine headquarters: 210 King St., San Francisco, across from AT&T Park.
When: Wednesday morning, October 14th, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Who: Contact Don C. Reed, 650-812-1011, firstname.lastname@example.org
Why: October 14th is Stem Cell Awareness Day, and the publication date of Reed’s new book, “Stem Cell Battles: Proposition 71 and Beyond: How Ordinary People Can Fight Back Against the Crushing Burden of Chronic Disease”.
Background: working side by side with his paralyzed son Roman, the author has fought to fund cure research and protect scientific freedom for more than two decades: in California, numerous states, nationally, and in the halls of the United Nations.
In 71 chapters, Reed’s book “Stem Cell Battles” tells the story of Proposition 71, which built California’s $3 billion stem cell program. Today, with 2/3 of the funding spent, Reed offers answers to crucial questions:
Did California get its money’s worth? Are cures approaching for “incurable” disease and disability? Should there be further funding for regenerative medicine? What is the rest of the world doing?
Don Reed is the author of a weblog, “Stem Cell Battles”, and is currently writing a 20-issue series called “Disease-a-week Challenge”, showing how the California stem cell program is taking on multiple conditions long afflicting the human race.
For a sample, visit: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/don-c-reed/sickle-cell-disease-vs-th_b_8205464.html.
Join us, October 14th, at the center of the stem cell universe: the headquarters of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
AND—the first 25 attendees will receive an autographed free copy of Don’s book!