Category Archives: Stem Cells

ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge

What is ALS? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressively degenerative neurological disease.  It is also known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” named for the popular baseball player who died of the malady in 1941, just 17 days shy of his … Continue reading

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Expressing Credible Concern

A sometimes-effective tool in creating social change involves the act of boycotting.  It creates social awareness of an injustice and, when successful, can often result in change to correct the injustice. Perhaps the most volatile issue in American history has … Continue reading

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Some Great Stem Cell Research

Like most things controversial, embryonic stem cell research hogs all the publicity.  Society’s insatiable love for dominance over the weakest and most defenseless (to get embryonic stem cells human life in the embryo stage of maturity must be destroyed) keeps … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Treatment May Relieve Angina

Stem Cell Treatment May Relieve Angina. Stem cell advancements have been receiving increased attention lately in the media.  In early July 2011 ABC News did a story on how stem cells repair hearts and, most recently, how they helped recreate … Continue reading

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