World Stem Cell Summit 2010

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Year End Message

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Genetics Policy Institute (GPI) invites you to further stem cell sciences and build worldwide public support for stem cell research by making a year-end donation today.

Once again the holiday season is upon us. It is the time of year to be thankful, and to appreciate all that we have been given.  However, we must not forget those less fortunate, especially adults and children suffering from chronic medical conditions – many of whom define “hope” as the promise of stem cell research.

Throughout 2008, Genetics Policy Institute (GPI) provided the stem cell field with continued support, fearless leadership and passion. GPI’s efforts brought 1,000 leading stakeholders to Madison for the World Stem Cell Summit and freely disseminated thousands of copies of the World Stem Cell Report.  GPI addressed society’s most challenging policy questions, and supplied accurate educational resources to key policy-makers, media, industry and the public. 

Next year, we will launch two additional initiatives.  We have partnered with the National Association of Biology Teachers to advance stem cell science education in public schools throughout the nation – donor support is essential for this initiative.  We have also begun fundraising to launch Stem Cell Action, a campaign that will enlist 1 million stem cell supporters to ensure the pro stem cell voice is heard loud and clear.

The 2009 World Stem Cell Summit and World Stem Cell Report will achieve greater reach and impact and our bi-monthly newsletter continues to inform 15,000+ subscribers on the latest headlines in science, business and policy.

I invite you to make a year-end gift to the Genetics Policy Institute to advance stem cell sciences, defend the hundreds of millions without cures and build worldwide public support for stem cell research. No donation is too small.

2009 is a critical year.  With a new administration entering the White House, GPI and its partners have a lot to accomplish to ensure stem cell issues are an important priority in the new administration’s work plan.

The promise of stem cell research cannot be realized without your help.

Thank you for supporting stem cell research.  And thank you for considering GPI in your holiday thoughts and gift plans.  We wish you a wonderful holiday season and a bright, healthy New Year!


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Bernard Siegel, J.D.
Founder and Executive Director
Genetics Policy Institute

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