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Category Archives: Stem Cell Therapy
Regulators, Legislators Taking Action on Unproven Stem Cell “Treatments” December 2017 by ISSCR – International Society for Stem Cell Research Below there is a published statement by ISSCR explaining the legal viewpoint of stem cell treatments, which we as patient advocates believe … Continue reading
Stem cell therapies and their lifesaving results are arguably the best kept medical secret. Stem cells are currently being used in several thousand FDA-approved clinical trials, are treating tens of thousands of patients every year, and cumulatively over 1.5 million … Continue reading
A Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request, to the FDA, has revealed only 4 reports of adverse events / complains between 2012 to 2016 against a list of 570 U.S. stem cell clinics. When reviewing the list of complaint, not … Continue reading
Cell and stem cell technology, especially when genes are involved, are an exciting new field in medicine, which from a scientific point of view can improve quality of life of human beings considerably. Christopher Bravery – a consultant on advanced biologicals, has opened “Cell Therapy … Continue reading
Members of the US Congress are taking leadership on this issue. Cell therapy, which involves the use of cells to restore healthy function in the human body, represents one of the most promising areas for the next generation of ground-breaking … Continue reading
Asthma vs. COPD Similar symptoms, different causes and treatment As many as 50 percent of older adults with obstructive airway disease have overlapping characteristics of Asthma and COPD. And this percentage increases as people get older. Coughing, wheezing and shortness … Continue reading