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Stem Cells in Semen?!

Without getting really graphic here, I will write as simply as possible on this subject. It has long been known in many cultures (including the USA) across the world that semen has a lot of health benefits. Medical journals and health publications have long included research and articles verifying the health promoting benefits of semen. […]

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Waste Not, Want Not: Stem Cells from Urine

The latest headline in the world of stem cell research involves a surprising new source of stem cells: human urine. In the February issue of Biomaterials, researchers from Wake Forest School of Medicine describe their success in creating urethra-like tissue by growing stem cells extracted from the urine of healthy volunteers. The first stem was […]

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Breast Milk Contains Stem Cells

The Perth scientist who made the world-first discovery that human breast milk contains stem cells is confident that within five years scientists will be harvesting them to research treatment for conditions as far-reaching as spinal injuries, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease. But what Dr Mark Cregan is excited about right now is the promise that his […]

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Erg Gene Key to Blood Stem Cell ‘Self-Renewal’

ScienceDaily (Feb. 22, 2011) — Scientists from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute have begun to unravel how blood stem cells regenerate themselves, identifying a key gene required for the process.The discovery that the Erg gene is vitally important to blood stem cells’ unique ability to self-renew could give scientists new opportunities to use blood […]

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Can Stem Cells Turn Off and On Genes?

Yes. Research has shown that enzyme, known as NURF, has control over the way that DNA is packaged in cells. If NURF tells the DNA to pack tightly, certain genes will be turned off. The looser the packaging of the DNA, the more the genes can express.

6 feet of DNA goes into each cell. That is the equivalent of having a Tim McGraw in each of your cells! Signals from the body tell this DNA how to package and shift itself in the cell all the time. Genes have the potential to turn on and off under the right or wrong conditions at each moment.

There are chemical switches on all DNA. These help to shut down certain cell processes and genes. A methyl switch will only allow a stem cell to turn into one organ. If a heart is bad, the chemical switch on the DNA in a stem cell will tell that cell to only become a heart cell. The genes to make a liver or brain cell will be completely turned off.

There are 3 key factors that lead to the suppression of good genes and the expression of bad genes.

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How Stem Cell Therapy Works

When most people hear about stem cells, they automatically think about the controversial embryonic stem cells. Europe has been using embryonic stem cells for years and feedback coming back has been less than promising. However, adult stem cell research is proving to be very effective across the board.

Whatever stem cells you have injected, whether marrow, embryonic, fetal, cord blood, or from blood, all of these stem cells will give you a tremendous boost of energy that immediately makes you feel better. Most people really welcome a boost of energy, which is why coffee is consumed en mass. The boost of energy from any stem cell injection comes from peptides and nucleic acids that work with stem cells, not from the actual stem cells themselves.

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No Injections Adult Stem Cell Therapy

We knew it had to come… but didn’t realize it has already been here for centuries- oral (a.k.a. liquid) stem cells.

The focus on stem cells has always been injections but “new” ways of getting stem cells into the body are popping up all over the place. Sad to say that the USA is a little behind in this avenue.

I’ve been having a hard time with the theory of injections for some time now. Our founding research was done mainly with injections. While I saw many positives, I couldn’t ignore the negatives.

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The Stem Cell Therapy – Autism Theory

Mesenchymal stem cells are used to heal immune dysregulation in people with Crohn’s disease and can also suppress the inflammation in children with autism and address their fundamental immune abnormality.

Leonard Smith, M.D., is a renowned gastrointestinal, vascular and general surgeon as well as an expert in the use of nutrition and natural supplementation. His research on stem cell therapy as an autism treatment is ground breaking, but he still believes that it is only one part of conquering the autism epidemic.

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Adult Stem Cell Spray Heals Burns

SALT LAKE CITY — A spray solution of a patient’s own stem cells is healing their severe burns. So far, early experiments under a University of Utah pilot project are showing some remarkable results.

What was once a serious burn on Kaye Adkins foot is healing nicely now because of a topical spray. With diabetes as a complication, the small but open wound had not healed after weeks of failed treatments.

Dr. Amalia Cochran with the university’s Burn Care Center says, “With a wound that is open for several months, as this patient suffered prior to seeing us in our burn clinic, we worry about a pretty heavy bacterial load there.”

Video included in the expanded version of this article.

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Stem Cell Research – The Problem with Stem Cell Injections

By now you know that my interest in stem cells not only came from a deep desire for many years, but also from a personal tragedy. My stem cell research has been fueled because of my love for my children and my love for people.

This is not a business for me – this is my life. I’m not giving up. I’m not quitting. I am only getting better. I am committed to you and to every living being on this planet.

Stem cells are not only used on people; working with stem cells and animals have wielded AMAZING results. Horses, dogs, and cats all benefit from stem cell therapy. Animals are just as much a product of our plastic, fast food, chemical ladened society as we are. Animal feed is GMO’d more than even our own food supply. I’m sorry, but when you begin to mess with the perfection of the biofield in nature, you will end up with something that may have started out healthy, but will soon turn against the body.

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