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$2 million gift helps further adult stem cell research

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Published on Nov 22, 2013

The University of Louisville announced that the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence is providing just over $2 million to help Dr. Roberto Bolli move his cardiology research another step closer to being able to help potentially millions of people throughout the world.
The university also announced it was providing nearly $1 million from proceeds from a previous gift from former UofL board chair the late Owsley Frazier, bringing the total to $3 million in support of Bolli's groundbreaking work.
The funds will be used to purchase and install a Current Good Manufacturing Practices facility required by the Food and Drug Administration for processing the stem cells for use in the study participants.

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