Intl Conference on Progress of Regenerative Medicine & Its Cultural Impact

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The Third International Conference on the Progress of
Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural Impact
April 28 – 30, 2016
The Vatican, Italty

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Cellular Horizons

How Science, Technology, Information and
Communication Will Impact Society

Created by The Stem For Life Foundation and the Vatican’s Pontifical Council For Culture, this exclusive, international event will gather the world’s leading Cell Therapy scientists,  physicians, patients, ethicists and leaders of faith, government and philanthropy to discuss the latest cellular therapy breakthroughs and hope for the future. Moderated by renowned journalists and broadcasted around the world, the 2016 event will have a unique focus on pediatric cancers and rare genetic diseases, as well as diseases that occur with aging.

The Conference will:

  • Explore how science, technology and communication will allow us to personalize medical solutions for individual patients and help remove inefficiencies, thereby reducing costs and improving individual care.
  • Foster open dialogue among researchers, medical practitioners, religious leaders, political figures and innovators to explore the social and cultural impact of these new treatment modalities.
  • Unite people of all races, religious beliefs, cultural and economic backgrounds in a global conversation about the healing potential of cell therapy for chronic diseases and aging as well as convey the importance of delivering approved therapies around the world to people suffering from debilitating medical conditions.

For more: http://celltherapyconference2016.com

 

The Third International Conference on the Progress of Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural Impact

 

The President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, His Eminence Cardinal Ravasi, said:

Scientific research has increased the possibilities for maintaining health, preventing illness, and treating the sick. The new field of regenerative medicine holds great promise to alleviate the pain and suffering for hundreds of millions of people around the world. We must unite to discover and advance such new therapies, and find ways to bring them to all those in need.

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Vice President Biden Travel Itinerary
Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks at the Vatican’s International Conference
The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

Vice President Biden attends His Holiness Pope Francis’s remarks
The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

Vice President Biden holds a meeting with Cardinal Pietro Parolin
The Apostolic Palace, Vatican City, Italy

Vice President Biden arrives at the Palazzo Chigi and greet with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy

Vice President Biden holds a meeting with Prime Minister Renzi
Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy

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Thursday, April 28, 2016
Vice President Biden delivers remarks
The Third International Conference on the
Progress of Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural Impact
The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

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  1. WH

    Thursday, April 28, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    Vice President Biden arrives Iraq

    Vice President Biden meets with Iraqi leadership
    Iraq

    Vice President Biden departs Iraq en rout to Rome, Italy

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    Vice President Biden arrives Rome, Italy

    Vice President Biden delivers remarks
    The Third International Conference on the
    Progress of Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural Impact
    The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

    7:00 AM
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    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest briefs the press

    2:00 PM
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    6:00 PM
    7:00 PM
    President Obama marks Passover with a Seder Dinner
    Old Family Dining Room

    8:00 PM
    9:00 PM
    10:00 PM

    Vice President Biden overnights in Rome, Italy

  2. 3rd Intl Conference on Progress of Regenerative Medicine & Its Cultural Impact

    How Science, Technology, Information and
    Communication Will Impact Society

    Created by The Stem For Life Foundation and the Vatican’s Pontifical Council For Culture, this exclusive, international event will gather the world’s leading Cell Therapy scientists, physicians, patients, ethicists and leaders of faith, government and philanthropy to discuss the latest cellular therapy breakthroughs and hope for the future. Moderated by renowned journalists and broadcasted around the world, the 2016 event will have a unique focus on pediatric cancers and rare genetic diseases, as well as diseases that occur with aging.

    The Conference will:

    * Explore how science, technology and communication will allow us to personalize medical solutions for individual patients and help remove inefficiencies, thereby reducing costs and improving individual care.
    * Foster open dialogue among researchers, medical practitioners, religious leaders, political figures and innovators to explore the social and cultural impact of these new treatment modalities.
    * Unite people of all races, religious beliefs, cultural and economic backgrounds in a global conversation about the healing potential of cell therapy for chronic diseases and aging as well as convey the importance of delivering approved therapies around the world to people suffering from debilitating medical conditions.

    For more: http://celltherapyconference2016.com

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    Thursday, April 28, 2016
    Vice President Biden delivers remarks at The Third International Conference on the Progress of Regenerative Medicine and Its Cultural Impact
    The Vatican, Italy

    • Biden lands in Iraq for surprise visit

      4/28/16 09:38 AM EDT Harper Neidig – TheHil

      Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Iraq on Thursday morning in a surprise visit.

      Biden is there to try and restore political order to a country struggling in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

      Biden was greeted at the Baghdad airport by U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stuart Jones and Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland, according to pool reports.

      “The Vice President has arrived in Iraq for meetings with Iraqi leadership focused on encouraging Iraqi national unity and continued momentum in the fight against ISIL,” said a spokesperson for Biden.

      “The Vice President will also be discussing steps the international community can take to promote Iraq’s economic stability and further regional cooperation. He will also have an opportunity to thank US diplomatic and military personnel for their tremendous service.”

    • Vice President Biden Travel Itinerary
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      Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks at the Vatican’s International Conference
      The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

      Vice President Biden attends His Holiness Pope Francis’s remarks
      The Vatican, Vatican City, Italy

      Vice President Biden holds a meeting with Cardinal Pietro Parolin
      The Apostolic Palace, Vatican City, Italy

      Vice President Biden arrives at the Palazzo Chigi and greet with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
      Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy

      Vice President Biden holds a meeting with Prime Minister Renzi
      Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Italy

  3. President Obama Weighs His Economic Legacy
    Eight years after the financial crisis, unemployment is at 5
    percent, deficits are down and G.D.P. is growing. Why do
    so many voters feel left behind? The president has a theory.

    APRIL 28, 2016 By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN – nytimes

    Two months ago, across an assembly-room table in a factory in Jacksonville, Fla., President Barack Obama was talking to me about the problem of political capital. His efforts to rebuild the U.S. economy from the 2008 financial crisis were being hit from left, right and center. And yet, by his own assessment, those efforts were vastly underappreciated. “I actually compare our economic performance to how, historically, countries that have wrenching financial crises perform,” he said. “By that measure, we probably managed this better than any large economy on Earth in modern history.”

    It was a notably grand claim, especially given the tenor in which presidential candidates of both parties had taken to criticizing the state of the American economy — “Many are still barely getting by,” Hillary Clinton said, while Donald Trump said that “we’re a third-world nation.” Asked if he was frustrated by all the criticism, Obama insisted that he wasn’t, at least not personally. “It has frustrated me only insofar as it has shaped the political debate,” he said. “We were moving so fast early on that we couldn’t take victory laps. We couldn’t explain everything we were doing. I mean, one day we’re saving the banks; the next day we’re saving the auto industry; the next day we’re trying to see whether we can have some impact on the housing market.”

    The result, he said, was that he lacked the political capital to do more. As his presidency nears its end, this has become an increasingly common refrain from Obama, who, despite his prodigious skills as an orator, has come to seem more confident about his achievements than about his ability to promote them. “I mean, the truth of the matter is that if we had been able to more effectively communicate all the steps we had taken to the swing voter,” he said, “then we might have maintained a majority in the House or the Senate.”

    For more; http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/01/magazine/president-obama-weighs-his-economic-legacy.html?_r=0

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    * Economy https://www.whitehouse.gov/economy
    * Seniors https://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/seniors-and-social-security
    * Veterans https://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/veterans
    * All other issues https://www.whitehouse.gov/issues

  4. Meet the Army’s first female infantry officer

    6:57 p.m. EDT April 27, 2016 Michelle Tan, Army Times

    Capt. Kristen Griest, one of the first women to earn the coveted Ranger tab, will once again make history by becoming the Army’s first female infantry officer.

    Griest is expected to graduate from the Maneuver Captain’s Career Course on Thursday wearing the distinctive blue infantry cord, officials confirmed to Army Times.

    “Like any other officer wishing to branch-transfer, Capt. Griest applied for an exception to Army policy to transfer from military police to infantry,” said Bob Purtiman, a spokesman for the Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning, Georgia. “Her transfer was approved by the Department of the Army [on Monday] and she’s now an infantry officer.”

    More women are expected to follow in her footsteps; the Army earlier this month announced that it had approved requests from 22 female cadets to enter as second lieutenants in the infantry and armor branches. Thirteen of the new officers will enter into the armor branch, the other nine will go infantry. After commissioning, the new officers must successfully complete branch-specific training before they will qualify as infantry and armor officers.

    For more: http://www.armytimes.com/story/military/careers/army/officer/2016/04/27/meet-armys-first-female-infantry-officer/83591066/

  5. April 28, 2016

    Remarks by the President to College Reporters

    James S. Brady Press Briefing Room

    3:53 P.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: I hear there’s some hotshot journalists here. Josh was speaking for me, and I wanted to make sure he was getting it right.

    How’s it going, everybody? Are you guys having an interesting time here?

    AUDIENCE: Yes!

    THE PRESIDENT: Was Josh thorough in his briefing? Well, I heard you guys were around today, so I wanted to stop by and say hello. I also have a bit of breaking news for you, and then I might take some questions.

    I overheard Josh talking about student loans, and I know that’s a big priority for a lot of your listeners and readers. And that’s one of the reasons why my administration has spent a lot of time focused on college affordability. So we expanded Pell grants to make sure that more young people could access it. We created the Pay As You Earn program that ensures that people can cap the amount that they’re repaying on their loans each month, so that young people who want to go into jobs that aren’t as lucrative are still able to pursue their passions and their dreams while managing their debt load.

    Today I want to announce that we’re aiming to enroll 2 million more people in Pay As Your Earn by this time next year, and you can find out how at StudentLoans.gov/repay. That’s StudentLoans.gov/repay. And we’re also going to be making some additional announcements about how we’re going to get our agencies coordinating so that, as young people are managing their student loan debt, there’s one-stop shopping, they can figure out how to do it, and they can make sure that there are consumer protections in terms of how they’re being treated in the repayment process.

    For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/04/28/remarks-president-college-reporters

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