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    Stem cell research only way to end sentence to a lifetime of paralysis

    Monday, December 01, 2008

    Stem cell research only way to end sentence to a lifetime of paralysis

    AS someone who has been sentenced to a life of paralysis, let me say that I support UCC’s decision to vote in favour of embryonic stem cell research.


    The university’s decision is a vote for patients, a vote for finding cures, a vote for producing therapies that will end the pain, suffering and premature death caused by many illnesses and conditions.

    And whether one has a spinal cord injury, heart disease, diabetes, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease, MS, cancer or any other debilitating and life-threatening condition, there is no doubt within the scientific community that embryonic stem cell research can provide the knowledge and means to bring cures.

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    http://www.examiner.ie/irishexaminer...846-qqqx=1.asp

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    great write up carbar

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    The most honest,to the point , no B.S., thing I've read in awhile. I feel the same way. I suspect alot of others do to.

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