Looking back on 2010, I wanted to share with you a snapshot of the incredible progress that has been made this past year in terms of stem cell science and regenerative medicine.
This year enabled scientists to share their incredible findings worldwide, ranging from discoveries within their labs through to the successes of numerous clinical trials. What made these successes more relevant were the amazing stories that were told by people from all walks of life who participated in adult stem cell case studies, s/cell therapy and treatments. They have (with the help of the internet) been able to share their incredible experiences showing us first hand the benefits and progress they achieved in a very short time.
2010 was a truly remarkable and significant year for all those involved in adult stem cell science and therapy. A significant accomplishment was seeing so many benefits reach so many people, of all ages, who have such varying health challenges.
The way we look after and preserve our good health is as much an opportunity as when we need to recover from an illness, disease or injury.
No matter what your state of health or age, anyone can now benefit, whether it be taking a stem cell supplement through to those who undergo full stem cell replacement therapy (which is now becoming a daily outpatient procedure in many countries).
The “seeing is believing” articles and videos just didn’t stop throughout 2010 and these were by far the biggest validation of success we could ever ask for.
Adult Stem Cell Accomplishments in 2010
It’s been possible to bring stem cell treatments into the realms of medical practice and also into the home in terms of more basic health applications.
These significant accomplishments include:
• Adult stem cell replacement therapy.
• The banking of stem cells. Many mothers are now preserving their baby’s umbilical cord blood cells so they can be used at a pussy888 download apk later stage (if needed) to help with the treatment of diseases such as leukemia. The cells can be preserved for an average of 21 years.
• Organs being grown in the laboratory with adult stem cells. In years to come it is believed donor organs will be able to be grown in vast numbers in laboratories, eliminating the huge need for live donors and long waiting lists.
• Stem cell supplements – scientifically proven and extremely effective. These anti aging “natural” supplements activate the stem cells within our bone marrow and send them into the bloodstream where they act as a repair and renewal kit, support optimum tissue and organ function, and strengthen our immune system. Stem cell supplements are fast becoming the vital supplement that everyone can afford to take.
On 16th September 2010, Jean Peduzzi Nelson Ph.D. from Wayne State University addressed the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education. Jean Nelson is a neuroscientist who is doing incredible work on bringing forward adult stem cell treatments, particularly for those with spinal cord injuries, head injuries and radiotherapy damage. In her speech she referred to “the brave pioneers who first explored the potential of adult stem cell treatment. The progress of adult s/cells has now gone far beyond these particular patients (as noted below) allowing long term follow up results of numerous patients in peer reviewed published clinical trials.”