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A medical expert with decades of experience, William Rader has become a staple within the fetal stem cell community. Check out this article about the new CBS drama, Pure Genius, from the Huffington Post, detailing William Rader’s extensive contributions to stem cell research.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nancy-cohenkoan/pure-genius-may-be-close-_b_12683298.html
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“Researchers have discovered that stem cells embedded in muscle fibers do some fancy gene-expression footwork in order to respond appropriately to injury, disease or aging. The cells toggle between producing a full-length, active version of a protein that responds to external signals to divide and shorten, inactive version of the same protein that attenuates the growth signal and prevents an overly enthusiastic response that can lead to scarring or fibrosis.” -https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161128152807.htm1
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Orchard Therapeutics and UCLA have acquired $20 million dollars of funding for clinical stem cell trials focusing on Adenosine Aeaminase Deficiency - better known as ADA or ADA-SCID.
“We are very grateful for this funding and for all the patients who have already gone through our clinical trials,” -Dr. Kohn, Principal Investigator
Read more at - http://www.drugdeliverybusiness.com/orchard-therapeutics-ucla-land-20m-stem-cell-clinical-trial/
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Visit www.stemcellofamerica.com/faqs and see if stem cell therapy is right for you.
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Is waiting until you are completely ready to undergo a total joint treatment smart? How long is too long to wait? Is an earlier treatment more effective? When is the best time for a Stem Cell procedure? Learn more at www.thrivemdvail.com/best-time-for-a-stem-cell-procedure/.
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“By assigning a barcode to stem cells, researchers have made it possible to monitor large blood cell populations as well as individual blood cells, and study the changes over time.” – Lund University

Fetal stem cells have special properties that adult cells do not. That’s why we use them in our treatments. Read more about cellular barcoding at https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/08/160824111112.htm
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“Chronic ischaemic stroke: Human neural stem cells therapy is feasible and safe” – The Lancet, August 30th 2016

Stem Cell of America has been treating stroke patients for years using allogenic stem cells with good results.

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“In an effort to determine if stem cell therapy can prevent or improve a condition called "diabetic foot" caused by poor blood flow in patients with diabetes, a team of researchers in China has found that transplanting human placenta-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) into rats modeled with diabetes can affect blood vessel growth, potentially improving blood flow and preventing critical limb ischemia (CLI), a condition that results in diabetic foot and frequently leads to amputation.” - http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-08-transplantation-human-placental-stem-cells.html
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“A stroke left him struggling to walk, but the former NFL quarterback has improved after stem cell treatments in Moscow, Kazakhstan and Mexico, plus regular workouts.” – USA Today

Even Bart Starr has to travel outside of the US to get the stem cells needed for his great recovery. Stem Cell of America offers the same type of neuronal cells at our clinic in Mexico.

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“A stroke left him struggling to walk, but the former NFL star has improved after #stemcell treatments and regular workouts.” – USA Today
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