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  1. #441
    Chris, still dspite everything going haywire, trials are going on roumd the world. We as a group hqve to stay involved. We will overcome and 2011 is going to be a magnificent year. Geron hopefully will provide treatments for acutes injuries. Wse has upped the dosage in his trials and he is set to start trials in the US. Many hosptials are remping up for trals here in the states. this not only will et our discussions to the point, but will provide hope or a cure. I belive this, though I'm contiually learining about deciept and scams in the theatre. We must focus on real trials and more discoveries this year. Also, I'm hoping that the trial for macular degeneration for elderly patients leads to a success for those people. this is very important.

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    don't quite understand this: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...-of-stem-cells; trials are starting fo rmacular degeneration adn these guys are saying they are starting and 5-10 years a treament might be availble, for one will respomd to hs artcle and tell them theya re full of --t. This is my response only. I'm doing because I'm tired of these oranizitions putting into the future in order to profligerate their jobs.

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    also, let the rest of the world contribute to these potential cures while the US participates in the unproductive discussion of right and wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeping on View Post
    don't quite understand this: http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...-of-stem-cells; trials are starting fo rmacular degeneration adn these guys are saying they are starting and 5-10 years a treament might be availble, for one will respomd to hs artcle and tell them theya re full of --t. This is my response only. I'm doing because I'm tired of these oranizitions putting into the future in order to profligerate their jobs.

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    This seems contradictory. As I understand it, there are current cases where optical damage has already been treated.

    As to job continuance, if that is true, they should get in the queue. We are already seeing the effects of expenditure cuts on nurses and other front line carers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeping on View Post
    also, let the rest of the world contribute to these potential cures while the US participates in the unproductive discussion of right and wrong.

    keeping on
    Again, the waters are being muddied by the establishment. Perhaps we should tell the senators that:

    MANY OF THE STEM CELLS USED ARE NOT not from embryos.

    We know that some are. The point is that most informed opinion is that ethical considerations are over amplified.

    The congressional storm over this technical detail is yet another attempt to derail the reforms that a democratically elected president is trying to introduce. Basically the argument is that everyone should pay for medical treatment up front whether they can afford it or not, and taxes should be lowered at the expense of (publically funded) health research.
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    Chris your vision is simialr to mine and many others; crystal clear. We must hope that the democorats can allow the USA to contribut to the field with the rest of the world. Irregardless, the science is moving alone despite what the politics of the day.

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    A good article about progress wirh stem cells; http://ph.news.yahoo.com/rtrs/201101...s-7318940.html; many people could benefit from this as the macular degeneration trial will benefit millions. Excellent news for our community also.

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    here in another article on this advancelmet of stem cell treatment and it's approval by FDA to start trials. This could be big for this ailment as it leads to amputations and no real treatment for this. I wish the company and the patients well for this therapy. I get excited when I see real sciece moving forward; and this case is good for them and all. http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/glob...16505&fid=1725

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeping on View Post
    Chris your vision is simialr to mine and many others; crystal clear. We must hope that the democorats can allow the USA to contribut to the field with the rest of the world. Irregardless, the science is moving alone despite what the politics of the day.

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    Keeping On, the problem appears to be (from a Brit's perspective) that a president in the US is sometimes hog tied as to achieving what he set out to do in the election run up. While not being given carte blanche to do as he feels fit, is a tenet of democracy, the stalling and smoke screens that the Republicans employ has effectively hobbled Obama, with as a consequence, his own supporters to become disenchanted.
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    another clinical trials for als; http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/glob...17918&fid=1725; hopefully the trials for als patients will be successful for the dreaded disease. what a wonderful hope for those afflicted with this disease.

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