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Friday, October 28, 2016

a Non MS related story: Powerful stem cell patient advocate story


                                                                  
  

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Dear Friends

I wanted to share something with you that I hope you will find as inspiring and moving as I did. It’s a story from ourt CIRM blog about an extraordinary woman who refused to let going blind stop her from living her life to the full. And now she’s part of a clinical trial that is helping restore some of her vision.

It’s a testament to the important work that researchers like Dr. Henry Klassen are doing, but more importantly it’s a testament to the power of the human spirit.

I hope you enjoy it.


Cheers,

Kevin  McCormack
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE FOR REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Sr. Director Public Communications & Patient Advocate Outreach
1999 Harrison St, Suite 1650, Oakland, CA 94612  Phone: 510-340-9147 or cell 415-361-2903









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