Safety of Adult Stem Cell Therapy Demonstrated for First Time in US

The United States continues to lag far behind when it comes to treating patients with adult stem cells. Long in the grip of embryonic stem cell scientists, the medical and regulatory establishments in the US have refused to recognize adult stem cell therapy as the new medicine, even though many countries are now routinely treating …

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Benefits of Adult Stem Cells vs Embryonic Stem Cells…Again

To date, there are hundreds of adult stem cell therapies available worldwide, and increasingly in the USA. But NOT ONE therapy using embryonic stem cells. Which is why people go overseas to Mexico, Thailand, and Panama for treatment of our most difficult  diseases. Like we have said many times to our students in one of …

Be Thankful for the “Unregulated Stem Cell Market” !!

A lesson for our graduate students. A story published July 2, 2016, and purporting to be ‘News”, is entitled: “Unregulated Stem Cell Market Thriving in US, Finds Study” The news report was published by Perfscience.com: http://perfscience.com/content/2144313-unregulated-stem-cell-market-thriving-us-finds-study and the complete article is here:  UnregulatedClinicsThriving The author and all persons quoted are concerned that they found “351 …

Stanford Does Not Have the Only Graduate Program In Stem Cell Biology

In April 2011, Stanford University School of Medicine claimed to have established the "first PhD program in stem cell science in the world". You can read the story at: http://med.stanford.edu/ism/2011/april/stem-phd.html, stating that "Stanford is the first to create a free-standing doctoral program dedicated solely to stem cell biology and regenerative medicine". The article goes on …