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Stanford cardiologist joins CIRM Google+ Hangout today

Have lunch plans yet? Join a California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Google+ Hangout discussing the latest developments in stem cell therapies for heart disease. Stanford cardiologist Joseph Wu, MD, a CIRM grantee, joins CIRM science officer Cathy Priest, and stem cell clinical trial participant Fred Lesikar in conversation.

The hangout happens from noon 'til 1 PM Pacific time today. Use the hashtag #AskCIRM_Heart to ask questions on Twitter.

Previously: Shushing T cells promotes acceptance of stem cell therapies, say Stanford researchers“Clinical trial in a dish” may make common medicines safer, say Stanford scientistsSudden cardiac death has cellular cause, say Stanford researchers and Overcoming immune response to stem cells essential for therapies, say Stanford researchers

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