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Killer T Cell: The Cancer Assassin

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Art Auction & Champagne Lunch with Alan Trounson

WIN AN EXCLUSIVE GALLERY PAINTING

Stem Cells Under The Microscope

FOR YOUR BOARDROOM, CORPORATE OFFICE FOYER OR OTHER

~ Raising Funds for Stem Cell Research ~

‘ NECTOPOROS ‘

Acrylic Painting on Canvas

Dimensions 45 x 30 Inches
stem cells for a cure art painting

Carole Emmett aka Caz – The Artist

Artist Carole Emmett known by her friends as Caz was born in London and spent most of her life in the Channel Islands running a business, painting and bringing up her three children.

She took up residence in Sydney 10 years ago after deciding to be near her three children who immigrated over 20 years previously. Carole has always been creative and painted ever since she was at school and the burning desire to produce artwork that she could express her spiritual nature has been at the forefront of that drive. read more

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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

 

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UNSW Medicine Dean’s Lecture Series 2012

Stem Cells in Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges

with special guest host George Negus.

Guest speaker Professor Alan Trounson (PhD), President of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine in San Francisco, California, a $3billion stem cell agency.

View a recording of the lecture at www.med.unsw.edu.au/dls

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Human trials for potential HIV stem cell cure

Professor Alan Trounson heads the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, which is advancing towards a cure for conditions including HIV and diabetes.

He said if the trials were successful further research would be needed to modify the technology so it could be affordably used where it is needed most, in Africa.

“I want the HIV work to go globally because it shouldn’t be restricted to patients in Western (countries),” Prof Trounson said.

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