Scientists Move Closer to Repairing Damaged Hearts Using Patient’s Own Body
August 22, 2009
A major study by Baxter Inc has shown promising results in the effort to repair damaged hearts using stem cells from the patient’s own body. The stem cells are harvested and injected into the heart muscle where they are able to grew blood vessels and develop into new heart tissue.
So far, the treatment has shown no side effects. However the process of injecting the stems cells into the heart requires open heart surgery, which has a 1% chance of perforating the heart. Researchers are looking into other ways of delivering stems cells to the heart by injecting them into other muscles or through an IV into a vein…
Isn’t there a law against this kind of misguided information? They are sighting “promising results?” “Requires open heart surgery?” “Looking into IV implantation?”
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
Type keyword “Doris Taylor” or “Congestive heart failure” or “James Eilert” into the search bar on my blog and you will find many, many articles on the history of adult stem cell treatment of heart disease. A long history of proven treatments, since 2004, using multiple methods of implantation including direct injection and IV implantation and catheterization through the femoral artery. NO OPEN HEART SURGERY REQUIRED!
C’mon guys. Wake up and see what has been happening around the world for half a decade. Stop distributing false or misleading information. The ptients deserve to hear the truth. Not a little bit of the truth, not a slanted version of the truth, not a rewritten version of the truth…the whole truth.