Stem cell treatments for rheumatoid arthritis: Tracey Renneberg

Tracey Renneberg discusses her improvements following stem cell therapy for rheumatoid arthritis. Tracey is now in Panama multiple sclerosis treatment. "My rheumatoid arthritis is completely gone. This leg used to drag and now I can pick it up and walk. If patients have rheumatoid arthritis or MS, this is where they should be."

Multiple Sclerosis Radio – “Stem cells are your body’s natural healing mechanism” – Neil Riordan PhD

For anyone who missed Dr. Riordan's talk on MS Radio yesterday, below is a link to the replay. Did you know that by age 30, 96% of the mesenchymal stem cells are gone from a person's bone marrow? Why is MS a disease of the immune system? How can an automated machine analyze a sample [...]

Liposuction method can adversely affect adipose tissue-derived stem cell yield and growth

Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cell yield and growth characteristics are affected by the tissue-harvesting procedure which was published in Cytotherapy (vol. 8 issue 2, 2006, pages 166-177)states that: "Ultrasound-assisted liposuction resulted in a lower frequency of proliferating adult stem cells, as well as a longer population doubling time of adult stem cells, compared with resection..." [...]

2013-01-24T21:20:55+00:00January 24th, 2013|Adipose Stem Cells, liposuction, News, Stem Cell Research|

Patients beware: “Point of care” fat stem cell separation and counting kits inaccurate and not US FDA approved for humans.

An informative paper by Mary Pat Moyer, PhD detailing why "same-day" fat stem cell kits that are becoming more common in doctors' offices across the US can miscount "stem cells" by large factors leading to over estimation of stem cell counts by as much as 20 times or more. It also states, "no complete harvest [...]

2013-01-22T23:15:25+00:00January 22nd, 2013|Adipose Stem Cells, Adult Stem Cells, News, Stem Cell Research|