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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Opposition Using an Embryonic Stem Cell Advance to Stop Research

You’ve read and heard about adult stem cells being coaxed to become pluripotent. This may (or may not) be a legitimate stem cell success, but is it no reason to shut down embryonic and SCNT research.

I urge you to join Karen Miner and Don Reed this coming Friday, November 30, at the website, www.stemcellbattles.com, and read the essay, “Arguing with the Church.” Friday’s essay, “Arguing with the Church” is about censorship of research. If you agree with it, please pass it along to your friends.

Don C. Reed is co-chair (with Karen Miner) of Californians for Cures, and writes for their web blog, www.stemcellbattles.com. Reed was citizen-sponsor for California’s Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Act of 1999, named after his paralyzed son; he worked as a grassroots advocate for California’s Senator Deborah Ortiz’s three stem cell regulatory laws, served as an executive board member for Proposition 71, the California Stem Cells for Research and Cures Act, and is director of policy outreach for Americans for Cures. The retired schoolteacher is the author of five books and thirty magazine articles, and has received the National Press Award.

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