DAVID GRANOVSKY

DO ADULT STEM CELLS CAUSE CANCER?

In ALL ARTICLES, SCIENCE & STEM CELLS, STEM CELLS IN THE NEWS, VICTORIES & SUCCESS STORIES on July 1, 2014 at 4:31 pm

NO!

cancer-free-zone

What do you get when you add 1,100 ADULT STEM CELL PATIENTS studied over 5 years,

plus another 1,873 ADULT STEM CELL PATIENTS studied over an average 12.5 years,

plus another ~7,000 ADULT STEM CELL PATIENTS in studies and FDA clinical trials data?

~10,000 ADULT STEM CELL TREATMENT PATIENTS showing NO CANCER!

 

“A total of 1873 patients were treated from 1990 to 2006 with bone marrow-derived concentrated cells. Patients were monitored for cancer incidence from the date of the first operation (1990) until death, or until December 31, 2011. The mean follow-up time was 12.5 years (range, five to twenty-two years)…No tumor formation was found at the treatment sites on the 7306 magnetic resonance images and 52,430 radiographs among the 1873 patients…This study found no increased cancer risk in patients after application of autologous cell-based therapy using bone marrow-derived stromal progenitor cells either at the treatment site or elsewhere in the patients after an average follow-up period of 12.5 years.

The upshot? This most recent study, as well as others, FDA clinical trials data, and the data we have published now amounts to about 10,000 patients who have been treated with adult stem cells and extensively tracked for this issue. There is no evidence that adult stem cells cause cancer. There is no rational reason for the fear, other than a completely different type of cell (ESC) that happens to have a similar name (stem cell) can cause teratomas – hence the confusion!”

Tumors, cancers and teratomas may result from Embryonic stem cell (ESC) treatments or Induced Pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) treatments

but NOT FROM ADULT STEM CELL TREATMENTS.

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