Christmas 2015 Newsletter
Thank you for helping us CREATE A BETTER WAY for biomedical progress!
2015 has been a year of painful struggles for us, but also a year filled with many advances and victories. We lost my beloved son Henry Joseph on July 3, but we were blessed to have the Henry J. Streuli Cancer Research Memorial Fund created in his memory. We have already launched the first preclinical studies to test a novel compound for its ability to send germinal center lymphoma cells into the blood stream where they will be easier to kill. Henry’s suffering may help others suffer less and that is a great blessing. On July 25 we lost our loved and long time scientist Kumiko Koyama, but we were blessed by the outpouring of support from all of you. We keep her picture prominent in the lab to remind everyone, as Kumiko did regularly, to work harder, do better, and to continually challenge ourselves.
2015 has been the year of the exposé of the harvesting of the bodies of aborted fetuses for scientific research. Regardless of congressional investigations or federal budget approvals, join us as we remind the world that:
“There is a Better Way!”
Help us make 2016 the year when the idea of exploiting another human being for biomedical progress becomes UNTHINKABLE!
– whether a pre-born child, a refugee, or the poor and the vulnerable –
Help us continue to discover and develop better alternatives.
To read the full Newsletter, Q4 2015_december 2015