SFLF at the Catholic Medical Association Conference
In September, The Stem for Life Foundation attended the Catholic Medical Association’s 81st Annual Educational Conference in St. Paul, Minnesota, titled A Witness to Hope: Medicine and the New Evangelization. Joined by an audience of thousands of Catholic medical professionals, clergy and not-for-profit organizations devoted to health and healing, SFLF joined in a broad range of discussions pertaining to the cultural, intellectual and spiritual contexts of the current crisis of modernity. The event, which spanned several days, offered a dynamic array of provocative panels and keynote speeches.
The Stem for Life Foundation was invited to discuss its forthcoming Second International Vatican Adult Stem Cell
Conference: Regenerative Medicine — A Fundamental Shift in Science and Culture, which will be held in The Vatican from April 11-13, 2013. Interest in our event was incredibly high, and an attendee of the conference was selected to attend the event in Rome.
Over the course of three days, hundreds of attendees visited The Stem for Life booth, where they learned more about our programs for the year ahead preordered copies of our forthcoming book, The Healing Cell: How the Greatest Revolution in Medical History is Changing Your Life, which will be published by Hachette- Filipacchi Media in 2013 and will be available in bookstores across the nation.
“This was a terrific event for the Foundation, helping us to forge strong relationships with some of America’s leading Catholic healthcare professionals,” said Todd Aydelotte, who attended the event on behalf of The Stem for Life Foundation. “Our advocacy efforts are sounding a clarion call to the world about the ability of adult stem cells to turn back the rising tide of chronic disease and heal our bodies — and this message was incredibly well received.“