Transplanting own stem cells into heart of severe angina patients lessens their pain and improves their ability to walk, a new study has revealed.
The largest national stem cell study for heart disease showed that transplant subjects also experienced fewer deaths than those who didn’t receive stem cells.
In the 12-month Phase II, double-blind trial, subjects’ own purified stem cells, called CD34+ cells, were injected into their hearts in an effort to spur the growth of small blood vessels that make up the microcirculation of the heart muscle (…)
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Balanced Article on Stem Cell Research
In a surprisingly balanced article on stem cell research from the mainstream media, Adult Stem Cells have helped at least two more patients- one for congestive heart failure and the other for Parkinson’s disease.
In an article by Forbes Magazine, they took a fair look at stem cell treatments abroad. […]
Heart Attack Victim Recovers In Stem Cell Research Study
As part of a new stem cell treatment series, I am trying to find patients who have been helped by Adult Stem Cell research and therapy. In May, I featured a Multiple Sclerosis patient named Arndt Roehlig who described his successful stem cell experience in Israel in […]
Stem Cell Research for COPD
Thanks to stem cell research, a Florida female smoker, Barbara Mckean who was on oxygen 24 hours per day before stem cell therapy using her own Adult Stem Cells is now OFF oxygen totally after the treatment in the Dominican Republic.
Barbara Mckean is now enjoying life after the stem cell research […]
Stem Cell Research Trial for Congestive Heart Failure
Look what we have here- another stem cell research trial for heart disease (congestive heart failure) and another heart patient has his life improved. This time, at the University of Louisville, the first heart failure patient treated with his own Adult Stem Cells has improved already, […]