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Recommended thought-provoking books…and one I’ve been writing

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In choices of fictional books to read I gravitate toward sci-fi and fantasy. For example, in late 2014 and through the first few months of this year I read all the Game of Thrones books. The first three of those were the best and I thought definitely better than the TV show, although it’s pretty good […]

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Monday morning musings: stocks, ISSCR, grants, CRISPR, New Book

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What’s on your mind on this Monday morning and are you caffeinated enough yet? Depending on where you live it may even be time for dinner, bed, or already early Tuesday. Here are some Monday musings… To get safe and effective stem cell treatments to patients in a responsible, compliant manner you need commercial efforts

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Book Excerpt: Stem Cells for Alzheimer’s Disease–Are We There yet?

Below is an excerpt focused on Alzheimer’s Disease from my new book on stem cells. Stem Cells: An Insider’s Guide, which is targeted to a broad audience of people interested in stem cells. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is one of the most devastating illnesses. It destroys the brain, which shrinks over time (see image from Wikipedia

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Stem Cell Talk & Book Signing Tomorrow October 5 at Noon in Sacramento

Tomorrow at lunch time I’ll be giving a talk on stem cells, taking questions, and signing copies of my new book, Stem Cells: An Insider’s Guide. The event will take place at Shriners Hospital for Children of Northern California in the 1st floor auditorium at noon. The address is 2425 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817.

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