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My Life After MS: Ep 2 part 1-How I Got Pregant – Video

Sunday, April 19th, 2015


My Life After MS: Ep 2 part 1-How I Got Pregant
This is the Video Journal of Kristen Henry King, after recieving stem cell therapy to treat her MS. She #39;s is now a stem cell activist and is working hard to make sure that Stem Cell treatment...

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Telehealth Stem Cell Clinic Now Offering Wound Healing Guarantee

Monday, April 13th, 2015

La Jolla, California (PRWEB) April 13, 2015

The top stem cell therapy clinic in Southern California, Telehealth, is now offering a wound healing guarantee with its innovative stem cell therapy program.The program works exceptionally well for those dealing with nonhealing wounds as a result of diabetes or other issues. Simply call (888) 828-4575 for more information and scheduling at any of the stem cell clinics in La Jolla, Irvine, Orange or Upland.

Nonhealing wounds lead to considerable disability and the potential for infection and amputation. Telehealth has developed a stem cell therapy that routinely works for healing these problematic wounds, especially for diabetic ulcers.

The stem cell therapy wound healing guarantee includes closing an ulcer wound within 90 days as long as it is less than 2 cm x 4 cm in size. Thankfully, Telehealth is also able to close larger ones as well. The Board Certified physicians have extensive experience with stem cell therapy for all types of musculoskeletal conditions.

There are several types of stem cell procedures available at the four locations in La Jolla, Irvine, Orange and Upland. Board certified physicians perform the procedures and oversee the care.

In addition to treating nonhealing wounds, Telehealth also treats degenerative arthritis, tendonitis, ligament injuries, degenerative disc disease, peripheral artery disease and more.

The stem cell therapy for nonhealing wounds is often partially covered by insurance. For more information and to schedule an appointment with the top stem cell clinics in Southern California, call (888) 828-4575.

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NYC Health & Longevity Center Now Offering Stem Cell Therapy to Avoid Joint Replacement

Monday, April 13th, 2015

NYC, NY (PRWEB) April 13, 2015

NYC Health & Longevity Center is now offering outpatient stem cell therapy to help patients avoid joint replacement in all extremities. The treatments are performed by a Board Certified physician, with most patients being able to avoid or delay the need for surgery. Simply call (844) GET-STEM for more information and scheduling with stem cell therapy NYC trusts.

Millions of joint replacements are performed in the US annually for degenerative arthritis of the knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist and ankle. While these are mostly effective, they are not risk free procedures and should be avoided as long as possible. In addition, the implants placed are not meant to last forever.

With stem cell therapy now being commercially available, individuals now have access to the most cutting-edge procedures with the potentially to actually regenerate damaged tissue. This includes cartilage, ligament and tendon.

The stem cell procedures are performed by a Board Certified Anti-Aging doctor with considerable experience in both the stem cell procedures along with prolotherapy too.

The stem cell material comes from amniotic fluid that is obtained from consenting donors after a scheduled C-section, which is then processed at an FDA regulated lab. No fetal tissue or embryonic stem cells are used, eliminating any ethical concerns. Amniotic fluid causes no rejection, and has a very high amount of stem cells, growth factors and anti-inflammatory effects. The overall result is typically tremendous pain reduction and functional improvements that are long lasting.

Stem cell therapy for arthritis is performed on an outpatient basis, with absolutely minimal risk. The procedure takes less than a half hour, with patients able to return to desired activities quickly.

Along with degenerative arthritis, the stem cell procedures also help rheumatoid arthritis along with tendonitis of the rotator cuff, Achilles, elbow and knee. Athletes benefit from typically being able to avoid surgery and get back their sport much faster than with conventional treatments.

For more information on stem cell therapy at NYC Health & Longevity Center for extremity arthritis of the hips, knees, shoulders, elbow, wrist or ankle, call (844) GET-STEM.

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Stem Cell Therapy For Pain – Columbia Pain Management, Hood River OR – Video

Sunday, April 12th, 2015


Stem Cell Therapy For Pain - Columbia Pain Management, Hood River OR
http://regenerativepaintherapy.com/ (541) 716-6469 Dr David Russo with Columbia Pain Management in Hood River, OR. announces a new treatment for acute and chronic pain. Using the Regenexx...

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U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: Patient Based Webinar – Video

Sunday, April 12th, 2015


U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: Patient Based Webinar
The U.S. Stem Cell Clinic is founded on the principle belief that the quality of life for our patients can be improved through stem cell therapy. We are dedicated to providing safe and effective...

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Stem Cell Therapy for Pain – Now Available at Columbia Pain Management – Video

Saturday, April 11th, 2015


Stem Cell Therapy for Pain - Now Available at Columbia Pain Management
http://regenerativepaintherapy.com Call: 541-716-6469 Columbia Pain Management Can Help You Get Your Life Back. Stem Cell Therapy for Pain - Now Available at Columbia Pain Management.

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U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: Stem Cell Banking – Video

Saturday, April 11th, 2015


U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: Stem Cell Banking
The U.S. Stem Cell Clinic is founded on the principle belief that the quality of life for our patients can be improved through stem cell therapy. We are dedicated to providing safe and effective...

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U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: What is Stem Cell Therapy? – Video

Saturday, April 11th, 2015


U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: What is Stem Cell Therapy?
What is Stem Cell Therapy? Stem cell therapy attempts to harness the body #39;s own healing potential by isolating stem cells from one location of the body (fat tissue or bone marrow) and relocating...

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U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: How is Stem Cell Therapy Performed? – Video

Saturday, April 11th, 2015


U.S. Stem Cell Clinic: How is Stem Cell Therapy Performed?
Our U.S. Stem Cell Clinic will perform outpatient procedures using a process in which we isolate a patient #39;s own stem cells from either their own adipose fat tissue or bone marrow. Approximately...

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Back Pain Stem Cell Therapy Doctors Tampa – Video

Thursday, April 9th, 2015


Back Pain Stem Cell Therapy Doctors Tampa
http://Trinity-Spine.com (727) 372-9922 Stem Cell Therapy Doctor Reviews Everyone was so nice and helpful. They calmed my nerves about having to get this done, and even had really late hours...

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Regeneus hits key stem cell manufacturing milestone

Thursday, April 9th, 2015

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Regeneus (ASX: RGS) has achieved a key milestone with the manufacture of its off-the-shelf stem cell therapy product Progenza for its First-in-Human trial for the treatment of osteoarthritis.

The company is on track to receive ethics approval and commence recruitment for the trial in the first-half of 2015.

Adding interest the company highlighted the benefit of using adipose or fat tissue over other tissue types by demonstrating the capacity to produce millions of therapeutic doses of Progenza from a single donor.

The production of commercial quantities of stem cells from a single donor is critical to maximise dose-to-dose consistency chief executive officer John Martin said.

This scale of production will minimise clinical trial and regulatory risks while reducing the cost of the final product.

One of the key advantages for manufacturing Progenza at industrial scale is that it uses stem cells sourced from adipose or fat tissue.

Adipose tissue is readily available from donors in large quantities and has significantly higher stem cells per gram of tissue than other tissue sources such as bone marrow or cord tissue.

Also adipose derived stem cells show greater capacity for expansion than stem cells from other tissue types.

Progenza adipose derived stem cells are adult stem cells they are not genetically modified like induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC).

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Dr. Raj at Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute Now Offering Stem Cell Therapy to Heal Chronic Tendonitis

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Beverly Hills, California (PRWEB) April 07, 2015

Dr. Raj, the top Orthopedic Surgeon in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, is now offering stem cell therapy to heal chronic tendonitis. The treatment works exceptionally well for those suffering from tendonitis of the rotator cuff, achilles, elbow and knee. For more information and scheduling, call (310) 247-0466.

As a pioneer in regenerative medicine, Dr. Raj has been helping patients with degenerative arthritis achieve relief and avoid joint replacements for years with stem cell procedures. By adding the procedures for tendonitis, Dr. Raj is now helping patients avoid potentially risky surgeries and get back to being more active for soft tissue related pain.

"Surgery for tendonitis is often not 100% successful for patients, and the rehabilitation period may take six months," states Dr. Raj. "With the stem cell therapy, pain relief is quick and athletes get back to sports faster!"

Regenerative medicine for tennis elbow has been shown in research studies to be effective at relief and helping avoid surgery. A 2013 study out of South Florida showed that 28 out of 30 patients with chronic tennis elbow avoided surgery and got back to being very active.

For several years in a row, Dr. Raj has been named the top orthopedic doctor in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. He is an ABC News Medical Correspondent as well as a WebMD Medical Expert.

Hundreds of patients have benefited from stem cell procedures with Dr. Raj at Beverly Hills Orthopedic Institute. They come from all over Southern California, along with throughout the country. Call (310) 247-0466 for scheduling stem cell therapy with an orthopedic surgeon Beverly Hills trusts and respects.

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Is a loophole in stem cell law helping new therapy to thrive, or allowing dubious science?

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Life-changing results: Sandra Sharman is a private stem cell patient. Photo: Meredith O'Shea

Last week, Suzie Palmer, 44, travelled from her home in NSW to the Gold Coast for her second round of stem cell treatments for multiple sclerosis. OnTuesday morning,the wheelchair-bound poet underwent liposuction.

By 2.30pm, stem cells had been partially separated from her abdominal fat, suspended in plasma, and injected intravenously. Her doctor, Soraya Felix, is a cosmetic surgeon and molecular biologist with a sideline in regenerative medicine.

Palmer, a relentlessly upbeat and positive person, says the treatments have helped her cope better with heat, improved her mobility and flexibility and otherwise made her "feel like a normal human being". She has, she says, managed a few steps with a walker, still a long way from "running about, which is my dream".

Poster girl: Suzie Palmer is undergoing stem cell therapy for MS. Photo: Edwina Pickles

The rapidly growing stem cell industry is aglow with similarly positive testimonials, notably on behalf of practitioners who offer little documented scientific evidence of their success.

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Suzie Palmer is literally the poster girl for stem cell tourism within Australia. You can find her smiling sweetly, along with Dr Felix, on the Facebook page of a group called the Adult Stem Cell Foundation. She is one of an unknown number of unwell Australians pinning their hopes on an unregulated industry that is now under review by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.

The TGA public consultation, which closed earlier this month, was prompted by long-standing concerns raised by Stem Cells Australia that a loophole in the regulations has allowed dozens of doctors across Australia to provide experimental treatments without the ethics committee oversight that registered clinical trials are subject to. These treatments invariably cost $10,000 and up. The loophole is this: while the use of donor stem cells in therapies is tightly regulated, the use of a patient's own stem cells is not.

Professor Martin Pera is the program leader of Stem Cells Australia, which is administered by the University of Melbourne and includes scientists from Monash University, the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, the Florey Institute and the CSIRO, among others. They are engaged in a seven-year Australian Research Council project to answer the big questions about stem cells and the potential for reliable therapies.

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Can PRP and Stem Cell Therapy Help You? | Orlando Orthopaedic Center – Video

Friday, April 3rd, 2015


Can PRP and Stem Cell Therapy Help You? | Orlando Orthopaedic Center
How can PRP and stem cell therapy help you heal? Orlando Orthopaedic Center #39;s Dr. Matthew R. Willey explains. For more visit http://www.OrlandoOrtho.com.

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Orthopedic Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritic Joint Pain – Video

Friday, April 3rd, 2015


Orthopedic Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritic Joint Pain
Dr. Sergio Viroslav, board certified orthopedic surgeon and joint replacement specialist with The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, appeared on Great Day SA on March 30th, 2015 to discuss the...

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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Industry Complete Report 2015 – 2016

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

DALLAS, April 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Lifescienceindustryresearch.com adds "Complete 2015-16 Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Industry Report" in its store. Recent months have seen the first iPSC clinical trial in humans, creation of the world's largest iPSC Biobank, major funding awards, a historic challenge to the "Yamanaka Patent", a Supreme Court ruling affecting industry patent rights, the announcement of an iPSC cellular therapy clinic scheduled to open in 2019, and much more. Furthermore, iPSC patent dominance continues to cluster in specific geographic regions, while clinical trial and scientific publication trends give clear indicators of what may happen in the industry in 2015 and beyond.

Is it worth it to get informed about rapidly-evolving market conditions and identify key industry trends that will give an advantage over the competition?

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Induced pluripotent stem cells represent a promising tool for use in the reversal and repair of many previously incurable diseases. The cell type represents one of the most promising advances discovered within the field of stem cell research during the past decade, making this a valuable industry report for both companies and investors to claim in order to optimally position themselves to sell iPSC products. To profit from this lucrative and rapidly expanding market, you need to understand your key strengths relative to the competition, intelligently position your products to fill gaps in the market place, and take advantage of crucial iPSC trends.

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New study: Stem cell field is infected with hype

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

When billions of dollars are at stake in scientific research, researchers quickly learn that optimism sells.

A new study published inScience Translational Medicineoffersa window into how hype arises in the interaction between the media and scientific researchers, and how resistant the hype machine is to hard, cold reality. The report'sfocus is on overly optimisticreporting on potentialstem cell therapies. Its findings are discouraging.

The study by Timothy Caulfield and Kalina Kamenova of the University of Alberta law school (Caulfieldis also on the faculty at the school of public health) found that stem cell researchers often ply journalists with "unrealistic timelines" for the development of stem cell therapies, and journalists oftenswallow these claims uncritically.

The authorsmostly blame the scientists, who need to be more aware of "the importance of conveying realistic ... timelines to the popular press." We wouldn't give journalists this much of a pass; writers on scientific topics should understand that the development of drugs and therapies can take years and involve myriad dry holes and dead ends. They should be vigilant againstgaudypromises.

That's especially true instem cell research, whichis slathered with so much money that immoderate predictions of success are common. The best illustration of that comes from California's stem cell program -- CIRM, or the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine -- a $6-billion public investment that was born in hype.

The promoters of Proposition 71, the 2004 ballot initiative that created CIRM, filled the airwaves with adsimplyingthat the only thing standing between Michael J. Fox being cured of Parkinson's or Christopher Reeve walking again was Prop. 71's money. Theycommissioned a studyassertingthat California might reap a windfall in taxes,royalties and healthcare savings up to seven times the size ofits $6-billion investment. One wouldn't build a storage shed on foundations this soft, much less a $6-billion mansion.

As we've observed before, "big science" programs create incentivesto exaggerateresults to meet the public's inflated expectations. The phenomenon was recognized as long ago as the 1960s, when the distinguished physicist Alvin Weinberg warnedthat big science "thrives on publicity," resulting in "the injection of a journalistic flavor into Big Science which is fundamentally in conflict with the scientific method.... The spectacular rather than the perceptive becomes the scientific standard."

Interestingly, the event used by the Alberta researchers as the fulcrum of their study has a strong connection to CIRM. It's the abrupt 2011 decision by Geron Corp.to terminate its pioneering stem cell development program. This was a big blow to the stem cell research community and to CIRM, which had endowed Geron with a $25-million loan for its stem cell-basedspinal cord therapy development. Then-CIRM Chairman Robert Klein II had called the loan a "landmark step."

There had been evidence, however, that CIRM, eager to show progress toward bringing stem cell therapies to market, had downplayed legitimate questions about the state of Geron's science and the design of the clinical trial. AndGeron had been criticized in the past for over-promising results.

In their study, Caulfield and Kamenova examined more than 300 articles appearing in 14 general-interest newspapers in the United States, Canada and Britain from 2010 to2013. They scrutinizedthe articles' reporting oftimelines for the "realization of the clinical promise of stem cell research" and their perspective on the future of the field generally. The U.S. newspapers were the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and USA Today.

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Center of Regenerative Orthopedics in South Florida Now Offering Stem Cell Therapy to Help Avoid Hip and Knee …

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Pompano Beach, Florida (PRWEB) March 30, 2015

The top stem cell therapy practice in South Florida, Center of Regenerative Orthopedics, is now offering procedures to help patients avoid the need for hip and knee replacement. The procedures are partially covered by insurance and are offered by a highly skilled, Board Certified Orthopedic doctor in an outpatient setting. Call (954) 399-6945 for more information and scheduling.

Stem cell procedures for joint arthritis and pain are now mainstream and represent a cutting edge option for patients. Most nonoperative joint treatments do not actually alter the course of the disease, rather, simply act as a proverbial bandaid for relief. Stem cells, on the other hand, have the capacity to actually repair and regenerate damaged tissue such as cartilage, tendon and ligament.

Degenerative and rheumatoid arthritis affects tens of millions of Americans. Stem cell procedures have been showing excellent results for pain relief and functional improvements in small studies. By having the procedures partially covered by insurance, it makes them convenient for the general public to obtain the cutting edge option.

Joint replacement should be considered a last resort option for treatment. While typically successful, there are potential complications and they are not meant to last forever. In addition, there is minimal downtime after the stem cell procedures. Joint replacements take months to recover from afterwards.

Center of Regenerative Orthopedics is located in Pompano Beach, and sees patients throughout South Florida as well as from all over the United States. Call (954) 399-6945 to schedule with the top stem cell clinic in South Florida.

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Arizona Pain Stem Cell Institute Now Offering Stem Cell Therapy to Help Patients Avoid Hip and Knee Replacement

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) March 30, 2015

Arizona Pain Specialists, are now offering stem cell therapy to help patients avoid hip and knee replacement. The outpatient treatments at Arizona Pain Stem Cell Institute have been exceptionally effective and are administered by Board Certified pain doctors at ten locations Valleywide. Call (602) 507-6550 for more information and scheduling.

Over the past few years, stem cell therapy for hip and knee arthritis has become mainstream. The treatment involves either bone marrow derived or amniotic derived stem cells, neither of which involve fetal tissue. The previous ethical concerns over fetal tissue and embryonic stem cells are not an issue with these treatments, as neither are involved.

The stem cell procedures are outpatient and exceptionally low risk. The stem cells, growth factors, and additional proteins in the treatments are essential for the regeneration and repair of damaged soft tissues such as tendons, ligaments and arthritic cartilage.

Although hip and knee replacement have shown exceptionally good resuts, they are not risk free procedures. They are also not meant to last forever and should be avoided until absolutely necessary.

The procedures are available throughout the Valley with Arizona Pain Specialists highly skilled, Board Certified pain management doctors in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, East Valley and West Valley. Simply call (602) 507-6550. Research studies are available as well.

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Ask Dr. Lemper | Stem Cell Therapy Treatments – Video

Sunday, March 29th, 2015


Ask Dr. Lemper | Stem Cell Therapy Treatments
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lemperpaincenters Submit a question https://bit.ly/askdrlemper Continuing #39;Ask Dr Lemper #39;, Dr. Lemper answers the following question: Do you think...

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