The Therapeutic Potential of Stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization

The Therapeutic Potential of Stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization
Introduction The past decade has seen a fast and extensive development of various therapies and treatment protocols based on Adult Stem Cells (ASC) and their application to various diseases. While some of these treatment protocols have been well documented in the scientific literature and used in well controlled clinical set ups, others have been developed and are being used by a growing numbers of clinics throughout the world, without thorough documentation though nevertheless with good clinical care and with the reports of very compelling...
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Cracking the Stem Cell Code, REVISED 2013

Cracking the Stem Cell Code, REVISED 2013
Updated Edition, 2013 Recent advances in stem cell research suggest a possible end to many diseases in our lifetime and that many profound advances in human health and wellness are just around the corner. Scientist and pioneering stem cell research advocate Christian Drapeau looks at what’s new, what’s real, and what’s next in this intriguing field.   Cracking the Stem Cell Code leaps past the financial and political controversy surrounding stem cell science to focus on the real story found in scientific literature. A recent Nobel Prize winning discovery affirmed what author Christian Drapeau has...
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Interview Platform Magazine

Interview Platform Magazine
A Time Magazine cover story tells us that Stem Cells may save us from Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Parkinson’s. In this first of a series of interviews with Adult Stem Cell scientist Christian Drapeau, we ask him to comment on the Time Magazine article. Christian Drapeau Interview IP: The February 9 Time Magazine cover reads: How the Coming Revolution in Stem Cells Could Save your Life – Diabetes, Heart Disease, Parkinson’s.  We have been hearing about Stem Cell science for years. What is new in this article? Can you summarize the key point? Christian Drapeau: The key point of the Time...
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“San Clemente scientist publishes Revised stem-cell book”

“San Clemente scientist publishes Revised stem-cell book”
Christian Drapeau’s ‘Cracking the Stem Cell Code’ offers a guide to stem-cell research. by Brittany Levine, From Oregon County Register - A San Clemente scientist wanted to demystify stem-cell research so he wrote a book about what’s new and what’s next in the field. “Cracking the Stem Cell Code” by Christian Drapeau was one of Amazon’s top alternative-medicine sellers before Christmas during its advance sales. The book was officially released Jan. 1. “I wanted to clear a lot of that cloudiness around stem cells,” Drapeau said. “At the...
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“Attention Turns to Adult Stem Cells”

“Attention Turns to Adult Stem Cells”
Use of embryonic cells is no longer necessary by Jamie Reno, From Newsmax – Researchers are discovering that the use of embryonic cells is no longer necessary for the treatment of many dreaded maladies. Opponents battle against the use of embryonic stem cells because of the ethical ramifications and belief that when you are dealing with an embryonic stem cell, you are dealing with a human life. But the argument against embryonic stem-cell research eventually could be a moot point. Among stem-cell experts, the tide is swiftly moving from embryonic to adult stem cells because adult cells are safer...
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“Hearing With Your Nose?” Nasal Stem Cells May Treat Hearing Loss

AOL Health, 2/11/11 “Hearing With Your Nose?” Nasal Stem Cells May Treat Hearing Loss Stem cell scientists in Australia may have discovered a new way to treat hearing loss suffered in early childhood. And it’s not with a hearing aid or special surgery. In fact, the answer to hearing loss may be right under our nose, quite literally. The findings, published in the journal STEM CELLS, found that transplanting mucosa-derived stem cells, a form of rapidly renewing tissues in the nose, can help prevent sensorineural hearing loss during its early stages. Scientists transplanted adult human nasal stem...
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