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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.

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Friday, June 20, 2008

Parkinson's Action Network

Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) is a national organization whose primary objective is to educate and advocate for funding for Parkinson’s research. Texas State coordinator, Nina Brown, struggles with Parkinson’s disease. Nina has created a video about keeping hope alive. It may encourage those who are suffering with an illness. You need to have Quicktime on your computer. Go to http://www.2ninajoe.com/ and click once on the arrow under the pink "Hope" it should play thru without your having to do anything else. It may just take awhile to load so give it some time.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

John McCain, Baseball, and Stem Cell Research

Do you like the stem cell policies of President George Bush? If so, you will love John McCain, who is more of the same, only worse.

A McCain Presidency would attack stem cell research three ways.

1.He has promised to sign a bill to put stem cell scientists in jail;
2.He approves of a law to redefine human life as legally beginning at the blastocyst stage, potentially criminalizing embryonic stem cell research;
3.He has pledged to appoint even more ultra-conservative judges to the Supreme Court, effectively stacking it.

But you heard that the Senator from Arizona supported the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act? That is true, and he deserves credit. John McCain did vote twice to support (H.R. 810, S5, Castle/DeGette)--unlike President Bush, who twice vetoed it.

Read more of this story by Don C. Reed…