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During 2014 we will be having a lot of Fun with events attended by celebrities, executives and leaders who are keen to support the improvement of health across our planet.
There are many ways to get involved from attendance to partnership and sponsorship.
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2014 Fundraising Line Up
May 2 Golf Australasia Sydney Tee Off – For A Cure
June 26 Scuderia Graziani – Art, Cars and Jewels – For A Cure
August 22 California USA – Bold and Beautiful International Celebrity Fundraiser
September 4 Telecommunications Australasia Victoria – For A Cure
September 5 Golf Australasia Melbourne Premier – For A Cure
September 5 Bold and Beautiful Melbourne Dinner Event
September 25 Bold and Beautiful Sydney International Celebrity Black Tie Fundraiser
October 18 Golf Australasia Sydney Challenge – For A Cure
November 14 Golf Australasia NZ Premier – For A Cure
November 28 Golf Australasia Melbourne Final – For A Cure
November 28 Bold and Beautiful Melbourne Christmas Fundraising Event
December 4 Scuderia Graziani – Bold and Beautiful Christmas Cocktail Party
Donate $2 or more and become part of the stem cell revolution.
A disabled stroke patient who appears to have shown small signs of recovery following an injection of stem cells into his brain has spoken exclusively to the BBC.
Barbara was recently interviewed regarding her advocacy for heart research:
Heart research done on women also helps men as well,” Streisand said in her recent speech. “Take stem cell research, for example. Recently, Dr. Merz and I were talking about the work of a colleague who is trying to grow the first human heart in a petri dish. She had a breakthrough in her study when she found out that using only female stem cells was the solution. She discovered that using male stem cells didn’t work; they got totally lost. And, as we know, men — even male stem cells — won’t ask for directions.