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Donate

Each year, the Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures gives increasingly more attention to important stem cell research and other research efforts that will affect the lives of countless Nebraskans. In order to do this and to be recognized as a national grassroots advocacy group, we ask you for your continued financial support.

We must support the efforts and accomplishments of Nebraska-based medical researchers, science educators and young collegiate scientists. We must use educational outreach throughout the state and we must advocate for an open research policy at our state institutions. And we can’t do that without your support. Donate to the Coalition today.

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Join

We invite you to join our Coalition to help support and protect lifesaving stem cell research and cures in Nebraska. Joining will cost you nothing – but it could help save the life of someone you love. Any person, organization or business can become a member simply by filling out one of our member forms here. Signing a member form simply confirms that you can be listed publicly as a member of our Coalition along with other citizens, businesses and groups who support stem cell research, therapies and cures. This helps us show that there is broad support for our efforts to protect lifesaving stem cell research and cures in Nebraska. As a member of our Coalition, you will receive periodic updates about our Coalition and related issues. There is no obligation to contribute money, and we will never give or sell your name and contact information to another organization without your consent.

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Educate

The most important thing you can do to promote stem cell research is educate yourself with facts. Those opposed to stem cell research circulate myths about the ethics of the work and about the superiority of other avenues of research. Know how to counter those arguments with facts.

Look around our website to learn about stem cells, diseases and injuries that could potentially benefit from stem cell research and find out the answer to frequently asked questions.

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