Cancer Survivor Sandra Dillon
At 28 years old, Sandra Dillon was diagnosed with an incurable form of blood cancer. Her cancer is now in remission thanks to a cutting-edge treatment developed with critical early support from California’s stem cell research institute. Please vote YES on Prop 14 to continue funding for life-saving stem cell research, treatments and cures.
Lauren Miller Rogen & Seth Rogen
Prop 14 could save your life or the life of someone you love! YES on Proposition 14 will continue vital funding for stem cell research to find treatments and cures for life-threatening diseases like Alzheimer’s, cancer, and diabetes.
The day before his high school graduation, Jake Javier was completely paralyzed in a tragic diving accident. He decided to enroll in a clinical trial funded by California’s stem cell research institute. Thanks to that treatment, Jake has regained upper body strength and will soon be graduating from college.
Ysabel Duron is an award-winning journalist, President of The Latino Cancer Institute, and a cancer survivor herself. She urges YES on Prop 14 because we need science now more than ever. Prop 14 continues vital stem cell research to find treatments and cures for diseases and conditions like cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.
Stemmy the Stem Cell says YES on Prop 14!
See why Stemmy the Stem Cell wants you to vote YES on Prop 14. Voiced by Seth Rogen, husband of Lauren Miller Rogen, Alzheimer’s patient advocate and co-founder of HFC, the nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care, research and support, Stemmy highlights some of the most important reasons to vote YES on Prop 14.
Dr. Oliver Brooks
Dr. Oliver Brooks, Past President of the Golden State Medical Association, urges YES on Prop 14 to continue stem cell research and therapy development in California. Please join leading physicians, scientists, and over 80 patient advocate groups and vote YES on 14.
Patient Advocate Kristen Macdonald
Voting YES on Prop 14 will continue stem cell research to find cutting-edge treatments and cures for people like Kristin Macdonald, who was diagnosed at age 30 with retinitis pigmentosa, a genetic form of blindness. Today, Kristin is hopeful that advances in stem cell research will allow patients like her to recover their vision.