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Meet Sarah Hughs - Part 1


dbp49 reblogged this on Vancouver Visions and commented:

I just finished watching the most amazing video of a truly amazing young lady. When I was finished watching the video I was absolutely stunned to see that not a single person had yet left a comment on what I assumed must be a rather new page, so I thought that a re-blog was in order. Trust me, if you are into true courage and fighting spirits, then this a video you probably don't want to miss.

Human-Animal Hybrids and Chimeras: What’s in a Name?

Things on the website have been rather quiet of late, though not for lack of interesting science and tech news. But rather I have been tied up with work projects for the last while, and am endeavoring to find some time to take a more in depth look at some recent developments. 238 more words


Promising stem cell research threatened by uncertain funding

Forty nine-year-old Sean Mullin has already passed the $2 million mark in drugs he must take to keep him alive.

Fortunately for Mullin, who suffers from a rare form of the deadly lung disease pulmonary arterial hypertension, his wife’s drug plan covers the cost. 682 more words

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Selling Fetal Tissue, It's Just Business, Sonny

A second video by the Center for Medical Progress has surfaced showing negotiations between Planned Parenthood abortion doctor and an actor posing as a potential buyer of fetal body parts. 365 more words


Planned Parenthood - An Abortion Expose

Planned Parenthood has come under fire again, this time for its practice of selling aborted baby parts to biotec companies for cost or profit – … 778 more words


See Planned Parenthood Top Doctor Talk Fetal Tissue Harvest over Lunch

The video below is not for the faint of heart–although it contains no graphic images. But there’s something stomach-turning in watching a doctor discuss the harvesting of fetal body parts over lunch as she takes bites of her salad and sips her red wine. 417 more words


SCI Researchers from Mayo Clinic Publish in Tissue Engineering

Anthony Windebank, MD and coauthors, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, evaluated the response of nerve tissue over time to an implanted biomaterial scaffold, with or without Schwann cells, at the site of a full transection spinal cord injury in rats. 188 more words

Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Research