As the debate over embryonic stem cell research intensifies in Washington, filmmakers Michael Rubyan and Deborah Orley speak with six families contending with Juvenile Diabetes, Parkinson's Disease, and Spinal Chord Injury while simultaneously exploring the science that makes this brand of advanced research possible. Frustrated with the president's policy and desperate to improve the lives of their loved ones, three generations of families reveal their hopes of getting more funding for stem cell research. 60 Minutes host Mike Wallace introduces a documentary featuring interviews with such prominent scientific researchers, political advocates, and advocates as US Senator Carl Levin, Michigan Governor Jennifer M. Granholm, Former Attorney General Janet Reno, and Dr. David T. Scadden, Director of the UM Center for Stem Cell Biology, among others.
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