Stem cells as part of every treatment protocol
What if stem cells could be used in conjunction with other treatments and in doing so, make the impossible, possible? Well…they are starting to. “Army surgeon Robert Hale is leading the charge to make facial reconstruction medicine ready for the wounds of 21st-century war.”
A great deal of scientific and anecdotal evidence substantiate that stem cells are a seemingly limitless potential cure-all and one of the greatest medical advancements known to man. While the safety and efficacy of stem cell therapy when utilized as an isolated therapy is virtually undeniable, the full extent of stem cells’ healing potential is even more awe-inspiring. Stem cells can potentially become complements to thousands of other treatments due to:
- their regenerative capabilities
- their flexibility
- the fact that they are part of the body’s natural healing system
Stem cells have been used successfully to reduce symptoms and alleviate the suffering of hundreds of conditions previously believed to be incurable and they are often best utilized in isolation. In fact, many stem cell doctors believe they work best when manipulated or modified as little as possible. On the other hand, they have shown great success when used with other treatment protocols. The oldest example is the 6 decades of stem cell use in the form of Bone Marrow Transplants and in coordination with chemo to mitigate Leukemia, Hodgkin’s and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphomas and other blood cancers. When used with an “other” effective treatment, the result is often greater than the sum of the parts as the stem cells contribute to the healing potential of the “other” protocol.
In the article below, Army surgeon Robert Hale combines multiple techniques and protocols with stem cell therapy with a patient whose injuries were so severe, they were arranging organ donation. This “protocol stacking” of cutting edge facial reconstruction, cutting edge stem cell therapy, superclavicle flap grafting from 1917 and other techniques allowed him to accomplish what was previously impossible. .
Used alone, stem cells have a proven history of success as the “this changes everything” element in regenerative medicine and modern healing.
Used in conjunction with other established protocols or with new technologies, stem cells may very well change everything we have come to expect from modern medicine.
By the way, we saw this coming 3 years ago in DAMN! SILENCE OF THE LAMBS MEETS STEM CELLS!
SILENCE OF THE LAMBS MEETS STEM CELLS and future transplant recipients win big!! Remember in Silence of the Lambs, at the end of the movie, when Hannibal Lechter cuts off the guards face and then wears it out to escape? It turns out, if he had some stem cells to go with that face transplant, he could have just kept on wearing it. Surgical researchers did exactly that on four dogs and all 4 of the dogs tolerated the face transplants for over one year without immunosuppressive drugs after the first month.
New Hope for Soldiers Disfigured in War
Army surgeon Robert Hale is leading the charge to make facial reconstruction medicine ready for the wounds of 21st-century war.
Col. Robert Hale shows a prototype of a mask that would speed healing and help prevent infection in treatment of facial injuries in soldiers. The design and function of the biomask has evolved as Hale has worked with research teams at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio…