Friday, 11 September 2009

See CIRMTV's Channel on YouTube

California's stem cell research funding agency is using YouTube to tell its story. Friday, 11 September 2009 The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine's CIRMTV tells the story of stem cell research through short videos about the work of researchers and doctors and — most compellingly — patients. The 22 videos on the site range from Stanford University stem cell research director Irv Weissman talking about the differences between adult and embryonic stem cells to, most recently, an update about the progress and promise in Parkinson's disease treatments. See CIRMTV's Channel: YouTube - CIRMTV's Channel ......... ZenMaster


For more on stem cells and cloning, go to CellNEWS at http://cellnews-blog.blogspot.com/ and http://www.geocities.com/giantfideli/index.html

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