Remember in the final scene of every episode of Benny Hill where he does something really scandalous and then gets chased by the entire cast around and around in circles? Turns out, Benny Hill is ALIVE AND WELL and advising Britain on their medical protocols!
You see, Britain, like the USA, is chasing this fleet footed “embryonic stem cell treatment comedy of errors” around and around in circles just like in the Benny Hill episodes. Every week, the same scene is played out with Benny running, the entire cast chasing and he never gets caught. So in Art, so in life. Britain is chasing embryonic stem cells used for treatment of optic diseases. And remember…
- Embryonic stem cells STILL have ZERO successful clinical trials
- Embryonic stem cells STILL cause cysts and tumors that can become cancerous (wait 20 years and ask again though)
- Embryonic stem cells STILL have rejection issues that require immunosuppressive drugs
- Embryonic stem cells STILL carry the genetic anomalies of the donor
- Adult stem cells have proven safe and effective in thousands of clinical trials
- Adult stem cells have a long history of successfully treating hundreds of diseases, including optic disorders, including OPTIC NERVE HYPOPLASIA, SEPTO-OPTIC DYSPLASIA, MACULAR DEGENERATION and OPTIC CHEMICAL BURNS
So on top of wasting time chasing a cure with no prior history of success and huge negative side effects, thy are running right past a treatment with a huge history of success and safety and trials.
So cue up the cameras, get everyone in costume and let’s start that famous music going as everyone chases embryonic stem cell treatments around and around. Wait! STOP! Hold it! CUT!
How on earth can we explain the entire medical community and government running right past what already works? Got it! Give them all blindfolds! That way they can be assured to miss the forest but they will hit every damn tree in it and so will the patients, patiently waiting for treatments which will never come!
First trial of embryonic stem cell treatment in Europe gets green light
Patients in Britain with an eye disease that leads to blindness will take part in Europe’s first human embryonic stem cell trial
British surgeons are to take part in the first trial in patients of a human embryonic stem cell therapy to gain approval from regulators in Europe.
Surgeons at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London will inject cells into the eyes of 12 patients with an incurable eye disease called Stargardt’s macular dystrophy, one of the main causes of blindness in young people…