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House Proceeding on Mar 18th, 2009 :: 0:07:20 to 0:08:35
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Joe Sestak

0:07:16 to 0:07:36( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: reward failure while making the working americans pay for all of this nonsense. no to all bailouts foreign or domestic, and that's just the way it is. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from penylvania rise? >> to address the mi the speaker pro tempore:

Joe Sestak

0:07:20 to 0:08:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Sestak

Joe Sestak

0:07:37 to 0:07:58( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: without objection. >> revise and extend my remarks. i thank you, mr. speaker. i rise to say a few words about the week that the society of neuroscience members spread throughout america to speak about the exciting wonders about the mind. but at franklin institute, they'll speak about not only neuroscience but how do we take care of those patients who suffer damage?

Joe Sestak

0:07:59 to 0:08:19( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: i speak about this because as a veteran, as the pentagon announced earlier this month, 360,000 of those 1.8 million members of our society who went to iraq or afghanistan have returned with a brain injury. the vast majority of them have healed and will heal except for about 90,000 that will have lasting damage. that's why this week is so

Joe Sestak

0:08:20 to 0:08:35( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: important, why we have a tendency to take care of these patients, there's much more to be done in the treatment of their damage with the discovery of neuro stem cells and the possibility of stem transplants to repair the damage.

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