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In STEM CELLS IN THE NEWS on April 5, 2012 at 4:46 am

This article which can be found at http://www.scribd.com/doc/79116123/New-Scientist-November-19th-2011 (page 14) references embryonic like stem cells in breast milk as the first ever found in adults. This is incorrect. Embryonic like stem cells or stem cells with totipotency has been found in a number of other adult stem cells previously. I am referring to naturally occurring adult stem cells as opposed to ipsc.

That said, a concept of FDA regulation of breast feeding is not that far from the truth unfortunately. See my article here: https://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/fdas-new-claim-your-body-is-a-drug-and-we-have-the-authority-to-regulate-it-the-alliance-for-natural-health-usa/



Chronic illness, Heart attacks, Milk and Depression

In ALL ARTICLES on April 27, 2011 at 4:08 pm

WHO warns of enormous burden of chronic disease
LONDON (Reuters) – Chronic illnesses like cancer, heart disease and diabetes have reached global epidemic proportions and now cause more deaths than all other diseases combined, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. | Full Article
Guidelines help prevent heart attack deaths
April 26, 2011 04:23 PM ET
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – When doctors follow guidelines for treating patients after a heart attack, more patients survive, according to a new study from Sweden published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. | Full Article
China seizes 26 tonnes of melamine-tainted milk powder
April 27, 2011 02:26 AM ET
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese police have seized more than 26 tonnes of milk powder tainted with melamine from a ice cream maker in a southwestern city, state media said, three years after milk tainted with the industrial chemical killed six and made thousands ill. | Full Article
Depression reported by 25 percent of caregivers
April 26, 2011 08:21 PM ET
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – One in four caregivers for ill or elderly relatives and friends said in a survey released on Tuesday that they suffer from depression, a figure far higher than for the U.S. population in general. | Full Article


Maine Town Becomes First in US to Declare Food Sovereignty | Sustainable Cities Collective

In VICTORIES & SUCCESS STORIES on March 22, 2011 at 12:10 pm

Town secedes from governmental food control!  They can now produce, sell, consume whatever they want!  No GM foods or raw food restrictions, etc.  This is a great step towards people taking control of what they can eat and therefor, their own health.

“This four page ordinance, which can be read in its entirety here , is revolutionary in that it relies on the consumer to educate themselves on the risk of consuming products (such as raw milks, cheeses, meats and vegetables), and shifts the power away from regulation, which prevents people from eating food of their choosing.”

The conspiracy minded will say: Let’s hope “evil forces” don’t  go in and start e-coli epidemics there to “prove” people can’t be in control of their own health without dire consequences!

Indeed! -dg


Maine Town Becomes First in US to Declare Food Sovereignty | Sustainable Cities Collective.

Research confirms presence of stem cells in human milk

In ALL ARTICLES on May 26, 2010 at 3:14 am

Research confirms presence of stem cells in human milk

Tuesday, May 25, 2010 AT 12:00 AM (IST)

PUNE: Gynaecologist and infertility specialist Dr Satish Patki from Kolhapur and technical director, Stempeutics Research, Malaysia and senior scientist, National Centre for Cell Science Pune, Dr Ramesh Bhonde have collaborated on a research in which they have demonstrated the presence of stem cells in human milk.

They have also documented for the first time in literature the potential of these stem cells, isolated from human milk to differentiate into various other types of cells like insulin producing cells of pancreas, bone cells etc.

“We are floating stem cells derived from breast milk as a drug for neonatal diseases like sepsis, respiratory diseases and others, which lead to infant mortality. Oral stem cell therapy only works in the case of infants. The stem cells from mother’s milk can be cultured and stored in stem cell banks,” said Dr Bhonde…

via Sakaal Times.

Stem cells in breast milk could fulfil baby’s ‘genetic destiny’

In VICTORIES & SUCCESS STORIES on November 23, 2009 at 3:01 am

Stem cells in breast milk are adult or repair stem cells.  Is it any wonder repair stem cells are so good for you? – dg

https://i0.wp.com/www.impactlab.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/breastfeeding-243.jpgStem cells in breast milk could fulfil baby’s ‘genetic destiny’

by ANI on November 22, 2009

London, Nov 22 (ANI): A new research has found three different types of stem cells in breast milk which may be the reason why mother’s milk is deemed best for babies.

Dr Mark Cregan, medical director at the Swiss healthcare and baby equipment company Medela, has discovered adult stem cells of epithelial (mammary) and immune origin and found “very preliminary evidence” that stem cells in breast milk boost the growth of muscle and bone tissue.

According to him, mother’s milk could enable a child to “fulfil its genetic destiny”.

“Breast milk is the only adult tissue where more than one type of stem cell has been discovered. That is very unique and implies a lot about the impressive bioactivity of breast milk and the consequential benefits to the breastfed infant,” the Independent quoted Dr Cregan, as saying.

via Stem cells in breast milk could fulfil baby’s ‘genetic destiny’ adult stem cells, consequential benefits, different types of stem cells, types of stem cells.

Milking Cancer

In ALL ARTICLES on September 29, 2009 at 11:57 pm

milk japanese girl

Eli Lilly is now the sole manufacturer of rBGH — the artificial growth hormone given to dairy cows that increases people’s risk of cancer. Eli Lilly also manufactures breast cancer treatment medications and a pill that “reduces the risk” of breast cancer. Eli Lilly is milking cancer. Tell them to stop making rBGH.

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