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Science has had an immeasurably positive impact on America's overall health and prosperity. We heavily rely on our nation's top researchers to provide new preventative solutions to degenerative diseases that touch a majority of Americans either directly or through their close family and friends. Degenerative disease is blind; it afflicts all people from former presidents to movie actors to neighbors to parents. Nationally increasing healthcare costs prove that the maintenance of these diseases is costly and not a long term solution. Instead we need to be forward thinking and consider the resources at our disposal right now, stop handcuffing our scientists and reverse this trend immediately.
To answer to this research gap, a broad coalition of California citizens and medical experts has worked hard to place Proposition 71 on the California State ballot in November. This nationally-watched, precedent setting proposal will use low-cost state bonds to support the full range of stem cell research that is needed to find new treatments and cures for diseases and injuries that affect 128 million Americans. We must embrace and promote this and other forward-thinking initiatives.
Check out www.YesOn71.com