Critics of the Notre Dame selection of the president to receive an honorary degree and deliver the commencement address say Obama’s support of legal abortion and embryonic stem-cell research made him an inappropriate choice for a Catholic university- But who cares? Do any body really cares?
He is Joshua Clark, only 22 months old suffering from Optic Nerve Hypoplasia, an untreatable eye condition that put him into the world of darkness.
Bored about stem cell debates? On Sunday children from all over the country gathered at Gilchrist Park in Punta Gorda, Florida, to explain their futures depend on stem cells, it was not the highly debated kind, its like story from mouth of the horse, Its like teaching a lesson to the elders, where kids tried to help the world to understand the stem cell treatment better that help to restore their vision which was otherwise robbed.
Stem cell treatment inspite of all the controversies is in its way to give new hope and life to the persons who are suffering from various incurable disease. This time the person is Alan Stitt, a former Ballymacash Rangers football player who is on his way china to receive stem cell treatment in a hope to play his favorite game once again.
On 27th August,2008 Dr. George Daley and Kevin Eggan, scientists of the Harvard University made a breakthrough announcement regarding the creation of stem cells from patients with a variety of diseases. They say that this disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine, as stem cells will make the cells to grow in the petri dish of the lab which will increase the chance of study of all degenerative diseases.
For 12 year old Braden Hart life is not easy and carefree like that of the other of his age. As he was born with optic nerve hypoplasia, he can not see out of his left eye and only has some vision in his right. Braden’s dad Brad, a single parent, is very concerned about the whole situation but is very optimistic. Full article »