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Colorado Stem Cell Awareness Rally to Take Place in Denver, Colorado on June 13th, 2009
Date:6/10/2009

DENVER, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Building on the momentum of their previous events, the Stem Cell Awareness Association (http://www.stemcellaware.com) will hold the sixth Stem Cell Awareness Rally in Denver, Colorado on June 13th, 2009. The group's last event, in Punta Gorda, Florida, drew past and prospective patients, news media, U.S. physicians and specialists, as well as members of the public interested in learning more about stem cell treatment.

Carol Peterson (see http://www.cameronsmiracleofsight.com), who launched the association at the first event in July of 2007, summarized the mission of the association in four simple words, "Educated Freedom of Choice." Carol explained, "Our group is mainly made up of patients who have experienced what is really available in other countries and while we don't want to exert influence over other patients' decisions, we do want to make them aware that what is available in the U.S. is not representative of what is available throughout the world."

A key component of the rallies is for patients who have returned from treatment abroad to share their stories, both good and bad, with those in attendance.

One such patient is David Aldrich from Florida who is a spinal cord injury survivor and was legally blind before his treatment abroad. (http://stemcellschina.com/blog/david/)

"I am worn out from dealing with a medical establishment that does not provide me with the best treatment available and oftentimes tries to stop people like me from seeking treatment abroad under the guise of protecting me," said Aldrich. "My short-term goal is to let people know that there is help available, no matter what your physician says. But my real goal is focused on bringing people togethe
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