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Preliminary research    The reality, scientists-say, shows it may be possible to is that any such experiment turn embryonic stem cells would be years away, into insulin-producing pan-    Still, “we’ve got our pass- creatic cells, perhaps within ports ready,” said Jenkins. Jamie’s lifetime.    Limited federal research will “We don’t know this is help but, Tm not putting a going to be the cure,” Lyn ton of credence into what’s Crozier Langbein acknowl- going to happen in this edges. “But there’s no way country.... I can be ready in of knowing unless they’re a day to fly anywhere in the allowed to proceed with the world. We’ve got nothing to research. It’s very disheart- lose.” ening when I think there is    But Mrs.    Jenkins broke a possible cure and it’s not into tears Thursday night being pursued aggressively.” watching Bush’s televised  -stem cell announcement. Each morning, John E. Why? She painstakingly Jenkins places his 51-year- says: “Hope.” old wife Mercedes in a    - wheelchair, brushes her long    In Cotati, Calif., Ann brown hair and puts on her Campbell and Greg Wasson makeup. “She’s a very beau- try to keep a sense of humor tiful woman and she likes about the Parkinson’s dis-to look beautiful,” he says. ease afflicting the couple. Then he cuts her break- Within an hour of her morn-fast into tiny bites to feed ing dose, Campbell’s med-her. “On a good day, it takes ication unstiffens her mus-45 minutes; on a bad day, des, but a side effect is sudan hour and a half.”    den jerking limbs. Wasson’s The Hendersonville, N.C., drugs sometimes suddenly woman has Lou Gehrig’s dis- wears off, leaving him ease, also called amyotroph- almost motionless. ic lateral sclerosis or ALS.    “I don’t get too close to her The progressive neurologic when she’s cooking, and I disease gradually paralyzes serve as a coat rack when patients until they cannot I’m off,” Wasson jokes, swallow or breathe. It start-ed with a limp in 1991. Today, she cannot move her limbs, has trouble swallow-ing arid struggles to speak. Mrs. Jenkins has tried every available treatment and clinical trial. Then her husband heard that scum-    ,    c J*# tists put stem cells into par- alyzed rats who could move lillv jjMMdr again. If scientists could    y help rats with spinal cord injuries, he thought, why not    t    t    ? ALS paralysis?    B|9K' So last year he started    ' mailing a photograph of his    Tm J wife to stem cell researchers    jyfcf around the world, asking    if    ^ that she be first in line once    ^    jAKfWfi “Ithink its very disheartening when I think there is a possible cure and its not being pursued aggressively. ” — Lyn Crozier Langbein mother of a diabetic The pair were diagnosed with Parkinson’s six years ago, at unusually early ages — 36 for her, 43 for him. They met through an Internet patient chat. They’ve watched each other’s disease slowly worsen. And then they heard scientists had made neurons from embryonic stem cells, including a mouse experiment where the cells made a chemical crucial to curing Parkinson’s. Ifs a long way from a mouse to a man. But Wasson says Bush’s decision “has opened the door”to research that within IO years could let him play softball again. 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