Ground-breaking Novel "Hope. . .in Vitro" Tackles a Timely Medical Issue: Embryonic Stem Cell Research

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When tragedy visits your family, you must make choices. Painful choices. "Hope. . .in Vitro" -- a novel soon to be a motion picture.

(An) intensely insightful book, written with compassion and sensitivity on a compelling and often divisive subject. This brilliant portrayal of ordinary people living complicated lives is a must-read book.

A powerful U.S. Senator built his campaign career on a conservative platform. Most recently, he's been challenged for his tough stance against embryonic stem cell research. When a tragedy devastates his family, he is faced with a crucial choice: his family or his philosophical beliefs. Can he be true to both?

Hope. . .in Vitro, a ground-breaking new novel, offers readers a dramatic, heartrending glimpse into the heart of a family that must make tough choices when a shocking crime breaks their hearts. You'll meet other families who are challenged by chronic illnesses and who reach achingly toward the hope offered by stem cell research.

Hope. . .in Vitro will be released April on Amazon.com. Authors Shelley Chawla, M.D., and Dianne Wilson are available for interviews. Chawla brings nine years as a neurologist to his first novel, giving it medical authenticity as well as vivid emotional depth garnered from treating hundreds of chronically ill patients. For more information about this ground-breaking novel or to set up an interview with the authors, please call (785) 845-4035.

The compelling and timely plot of Hope. . .in Vitro drew the interest of Midwest movie producers. A movie based on the book, tentatively titled "Hope," will be released later this year. For more information, visit http://www.themoviehope.com Shelley Chawla and Dianne Wilson are the authors of this screenplay along with Chris Ryan.

What reviewers are saying about Hope. . .in Vitro
"(An) intensely insightful book, written with compassion and sensitivity on a compelling and often divisive subject. This brilliant portrayal of ordinary people living complicated lives is a must-read book."
-Shayne Sawyer, Freshfiction.com

"Hopeā€¦in Vitro allows us to glimpse the courage and determination of people fighting for their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Please read this book! Then join us as we work to cross a major medical frontier and carry forward with the research we so desperately need."
-Meg Duggan, Executive Director, Parkinson Foundation of the Heartland

ISBN: 1-4196-6074-8 ISBN 13 : 9781419660740 Library of Congress No: 2007921935

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