Stem Cell Net Foundation

Stem Cell Net Foundation (SCNF) currently is enlarging the board advisory committee which serves as a pool of potential leaders of the organization. In the near future, the board will elect the executives and other positions through a voting process.

Candidates should be familiar with biomedical, nanotechnology, stem cells research and therapy development.

Mission Statement

Stem Cell Net Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable, educational or scientific purposes. The mission of this corporation is:

-to encourage humanitarian aid in support of building bridges between science and health care practitioners around the world;

-to facilitate networking among volunteers and supporters of stem cell, molecular or related research that leads to therapy development;

-to enrich the global knowledge of human health focused on, but not limited to related research for neurodegenerative rare-diseases and conditions which currently have no effective methods for treatment or cure, biomedicine, nanotechnology, biology and chemistry;

-to improve transparency and accuracy in news and the overall information dissemination especially but not limited to subjects that focus on a particular field of stem cell and derivates, and

-to match the needy with a program or doctor if available in the foundation information system and if resources permits.

The Details

  • Address
    4080 Paradise Rd 15-395Las Vegas, NV 89169
  • Contact
    • Anton Romulus
  • Phone
    • 702-248-0808
  • Website
  • Interest Area
    • Board Development, Education & Literacy, Health & Medicine, International, Media & Broadcasting

Average Review 1 reviews

Would you recommend Stem Cell Net Foundation?

by Randall L. (December 19, 2014)
Little confused on volunteering for stem cell therapy, I am a rural veteran with severs degenerative ankle joint. But x-rays shows I am still a good candidate for therapy, the VA main cure is just to do a ankle fusion, they will not let me try the stem cell therapy first. They claim my age of 56 is not worth the cost. Maybe there right, I am in good health and very active. Live in Fernwood, ID very remote area and can only count on my self to chop wood, hand plow shovel the driveway, but with a fused ankle it would be difficult. Thank you and Merry Christmas to all.

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