NOT FDA APPROVED, NOT INSURANCE COVERED SO IT MUST BE BAD!
Someone reminded me that most stem cell treatments and immunotherapies aren’t FDA approved or covered by insurance in the USA.
we’ve known about the rampant capacity for stem cells regenerating/regrowing finger tips since the work of Dr Illingsworth in the early 70’s. Children under 8 regrew their fingertips unassisted. That was their natural stem cells in their own bodies regenerating the distal phalanx, blood vessels, skin, nail, etc. but our natural healing system is not FDA approved.
We’ve known about bone marrow derived stem cell treatments in the form of bone marrow transplants for Leukemia/blood cancers. They regrow the patients immune system and are approved and have been used successfully in the USA for 60 years.
We know of stem cell treatments recovering patients from many chronic and terminal diseases successfully around the world for over 2-3 decades but that is only outside of our country and medical system for what I think are probably obvious reasons.
We know immunotherapy, like the 2 bubble babies cured and out of bubbles in 2001 and the Cuban originated lung cancer vaccine has been working for decades and treated thousands successfully but that is years from getting approvals here.
Sadly, as you said, many of these treatments – which merely expand on and accentuate the natural regenerative capacity and natural immune response capacity of the human body – are not covered by insurance or FDA approved.
I guess the only question I have is:
If these treatments have worked years to decades everywhere else they are used…
Is this a failing of the treatments or of the FDA and insurance…
Only you can decide.
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