Purchase the book Right to Recover

Right to Recover ~ Winning the Political and Religious Wars Over Stem Cell Research in America presents scientific facts that challenge readers to think for themselves rather than accept political or religious views on stem cell research.


This book is available by request in bookstores nationwide.

RIGHT TO RECOVER is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Current Events: Political/Social of the National Best Books 2007 Awards. Amazon Best-selling book in biomedical category.

Monday, December 17, 2007



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 2007) – Nashville author, freelance writer and speaker Yvonne Perry (center) celebrates the release of her new book, Right to Recover, with Rev. Dan Bloodworth (left) and Mary Parker, a Nashville attorney and representative for the John Edwards presidential campaign. Perry launched her book with a speech, an audiovisual presentation, live music by Tom Shinness, and a book signing on Oct. 23 at Borders Books & Music, 2525 West End Ave. in Nashville.

In Right to Recover: Winning the Political and Religious Wars over Stem Cell Research in America (Nightengale Press), Perry uses more than 600 hours of intensive research and interviews to challenge the validity of President Bush’s decision to deny federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. The book contains insights from dozens of researchers, doctors, and political and religious figures, as well as stories from patients who hope to transform their lives through stem cell implants.

The 340-page book, which retails for $19.95, explores the research being done using stem cells derived from in vitro fertilized eggs on laboratory animals and presents findings to support its curative potential on humans. The book has been endorsed by organizations such as Cure Paralysis Now, the Christopher Reeve Foundation, and Parkinson’s foundations from several states. For more information about Right to Recover, call (615) 884-1224, send an e-mail to write_on_yvonne@comcast.net, or visit www.right2recover.com.


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