THE LATEST B.S. ARTICLE FOR YOU TO LAUGH AT. I MEAN REALLY, IT’S GETTING RIDICULOUS ALREADY. YOU CAN NOT CITE SOMETHING AS THE “first evidence” WHEN THERE IS ALMOST A DECADE OF SOLID RESEARCH THAT PREDATES IT. FOR PETE’S SAKE, THERE’S EVEN A CHILDREN’S BOOK ABOUT ADULT STEM CELLS TREATING HEART DISEASE – • SUPER STEMMYS – DORIS & THE SUPERCELLS! - https://www.createspace.com/3391680
THE TIMELINE FOR STEM CELLS VS HEART DISEASE IS BELOW AND HERE ARE SOME HUMOROUS STATS:
Google the title as keywords [Your Own Stem Cells Can Treat Heart Disease] and you get over 7 million hits…And this is first evidence?!
Google the title as a complete sentence “Your Own Stem Cells Can Treat Heart Disease” and you get over 148,000 hits…And this is first evidence?!Your Own Stem Cells Can Treat Heart Disease -November 17, 2009 | Research – By Marla Paul Transplanting people’s own stem cells into heart lessens pain, improves ability to walk CHICAGO — The largest national stem cell study for heart disease showed the first evidence that transplanting a potent form of adult stem cells into the heart muscle of subjects with severe angina results in less pain and an improved ability to walk. The transplant subjects also experienced fewer deaths than those who didn’t receive stem cells.
THIS IS YEARS BEHIND!! HERE’S WHY:
“First came a year or two of (repair stem cell/cardiac) animal tests, then, in Paris, 2000, doctors gave a dying 70-year-old heart patient bone marrow cells and he lived four years, at which time the doctors ‘fessed up and released his name.
In 2001, USA pioneer Warren Sherman, MD (Columbia U, Mt. Sinai NY Hosp) went to Rotterdam and became the first American to implant ASC into a human heart. However, if you can believe it, the same Sherman, calls those that have taken forward what he did eight years ago, “snake oil salesmen.”
In 2002, a very daring clinical trial led by Dr. Hans Dohmann plus six colleagues in Brazil took 21 transplant candidates and gave 14 of them bone marrow cells. The results were so spectacular that the AHA accepted the paper and it was presented in 2003. Five of the seven in the control group opted in to make a total of 19 stem cell transplants. The mortality rate for transplant candidates is about 35% per year. At that rate there would be, of those 19, only 2.2 patients still alive after five years. There were, in fact, 12 alive as of Dec. 31, 2007; more than five years down the road.
In 2003, Dr. Andreas Zeiher of the Goethe Institute in Frankfurt began much larger trials. As of 2007, he has overseen more ASC implants into hearts than anyone, both in and out of clinical trials.
In 2004, Dr. Amit Patel of Pittsburgh completed two of the most successful trials ever, especially when, in Uruguay, he proved, on a group of ischemic heart failure patients, that a bypass plus cells was infinitely better than a bypass only. That same year, TheraVitae, in Israel, developed a new, powerful blood-derived stem cell and dared to treat the sickest patients no clinical trial would consider.
Also in 2004, one of the Brazilians, Dr. Perin, came to Texas and used the Brazil results to get the first ASC heart clinical trial approved by the FDA. Over a dozen such approvals were granted in the next 12-18 months.
Meanwhile, around the world, while USA stem cell research remains mired in politics instead of science, ASC advances in virtually every sector of medicine are rocketing forward without any sign of letting up.
In 2005, Drs. Vina & Saslavsky in Argentina completed the very first successful diabetes2 stem cell clinical trial in the world: 13 out of 16 successfully cured. Spinal problems and emphysema and renal failure and cirrhosis of the liver treatments will be moving to the forefront in 2008-9. (Yes, but mostly in China and elsewhere, while Americans die with those diseases without a chance of help from their “doctors.”
More info on heart disease and stem cells treatment: https://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/2009/09/24/heart-disease-asc-a-brief-history/
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