TLN to air Lines that Divide September 1, 2009, at 7:00pm CST:
ᅠᅠComcast Digital Cable Channel 138 in Illinois
ᅠᅠKTLN in San Francisco
ᅠᅠKEEN in Las Vegas
ᅠᅠOver 200 TLN affiliates across the country (check local listings)
ᅠᅠStreamed LIVE on at 7:00pm CST

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Aurora, IL — July 27, 2009 ヨ As scientists delve deeper into the study of human biology, science itself becomes more personal, as do issues of bioethics and the moral responsibility of science. On Thursday, August 13, the Total Living Network (TLN Comcast Digital Basic Cable Channel 138) will host a forum discussing bioethics issues and how science can find new cures while respecting individual humanity. The National Forum on Stem Cell Research will address the dramatic effects of Adult Stem Cell Transplants and address issues and questions regarding Embryonic Stem Cell Research with a distinguished panel of experts.

Following a documentary screening, panelists will discuss the moral responsibilities of science in a live taped forum before a studio audience.

Panelists include Jennifer Lahl, founder and national director of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, Dr. John A. Kessler, Professor of Stem Cell Biology and Chairman, Department of Neurology, Northwestern University’s Davee Department of Neurology, Dr. Richard K. Burt, Head of Immunology, Northwestern Memorial Hospital & Pioneer of the use of Adult Hematopoietic Stem Cells for Autoimmune and Immune Mediated Diseases, Wesley J. Smith, special consultant to The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network and Corrina Archuleta, a former Lupus patient who was healed by an Adult Stem Cell Transplant.

TLN will host the National Forum on Stem Cell Research at its television studio in Aurora, Illinois on August 13, 2009. The event will begin at 7pm with a documentary screening, Lines that Divide produced in association with Boulevard Picture and The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, followed by the live taped forum from 8:00pm-9:00pm. The evening will end with a taped 30-minute question and answer session with the studio audience. For tickets for the Forum or questions regarding the Forum, please email Admission is free, but attendees must be pre-registered.

The National Forum on Stem Cell Research will air September 1 at 7:00pm on TLN on Comcast Digital Cable Channel 138 in Illinois, on KTLN in San Francisco, on KEEN in Las Vegas and over 100 of TLN affiliates across the country.