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Michael J. Fox Foundation Commits up to $5.75 Million in Funding for 2010 Critical Challenges… — NEW YORK, March 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —

In ALL ARTICLES on March 4, 2010 at 1:17 pm

Embryonic stem cell research and drugs!

…The Michael J Fox Foundation seems intent on investing time and money into everything in the name of a cure for Parkinson’s disease…everything except for what works!  Here is what works…adult stem cells and repair stem cells (they are the same thing).  For example:

  1. Muhammad Ali seeks ADULT STEM CELL treatment in Israel
  2. 60% PARKINSON’S PATIENTS IMPROVE AFTER REPAIR STEM CELL TREATMENT – PHYSICIANS CONFIRM RESULTS!

Michael J. Fox Foundation Commits up to $5.75 Million in Funding for 2010 Critical Challenges in Parkinson’s Disease

NEW YORK, March 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research announced up to $5.75 million in total funding available under its three 2010 Critical Challenges. Each year the Foundation tailors specific Challenges to advance one or more of its key research priorities in PD drug development: forging new strategies to define Parkinson’s disease and its progression, alter disease course, reduce symptoms and complications of treatment to increase quality of life, and develop pre-clinical and clinical research tools to broadly accelerate Parkinson’s research. Including the Critical Challenges announced today, the Foundation expects about $25 million of its total 2010 funding to drive research focused on these priorities.

via Michael J. Fox Foundation Commits up to $5.75 Million in Funding for 2010 Critical Challenges… — NEW YORK, March 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ —.

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