Stem Cells For A Cure

CUTTING EDGE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

– STEM CELL RESEARCH
– REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
– FUNDS DIRECTLY INTO LABS

Angie Cleone has joined forces with her medical team and established the For A Cure Foundation public trust to give Australians a direct link to stem cell research projects and the opportunity for the community to support and help fund stem cell scientists.

Our mission is to accelerate stem cell research and expedite breakthroughs to cure the major diseases of our time. This research promises to find cures and therapies for cancer, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, parkinson’s, spinal cord injury and other major diseases. read more

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Shalom Paul RIP


Shalom sadly passed away on Saturday 22nd April 2017.  He was a devoted and long serving member of the For A Cure Foundation.
Shalom was also a real family man and our heartfelt condolences go out to his wife Aleksandra and daughter Raphaela.
The family have asked friends and family in lieu of flowers to donate to stem cell research.
He will be missed and he will never be forgotten.
RIP Shalom
Donate in memory of Shalom

Run Melbourne 27 July 2014 | Paul Cooper For A Cure


Run Melb Paul Cooper in Memory of Ken HorePaul Cooper is running For A Cure at Federation Square on the 27 July 2014.

Paul is raising funds for stem cell research in memory of Ken Hore.

To support Paul’s run and fundraiser with your donation,

Visit the event page by CLICKING HERE

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The target is $10,000

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World Stem Cell Summit 2013, San Diego | Angie Cleone Speaker


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World stem cell summit 2013, San Diego | Angie Cleone Speaker

 

 

Newsflash..!!

Angie Cleone speaker at the World Stem Cell Summit 2013, San Diego in December.

I am THRILLED to be representing Australia on the World Stage for the stem cell advocacy movement.
-Angie Cleone