Autologous Cell Therapies Do Not Represent a Public Health Risk and Should Not Be Regulated Like Drugs

SevOne Founder and Stem Cell Institute patient, Michael Phelan discusses what’s financially at stake for scientists, universities, drug companies, and the FDA who oppose autologous stem cell therapy and lobby for patients' own stem cells to be regulated as drugs. VIEW FULL ARTICLE Forbes interview with Michael Phelan from Feb 2013: One Man's Reluctant Tour [...]

Neil Riordan PhD – Stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury (part 5 of 5)

Dr. Riordan discusses current US FDA oversight of adult stem cell treatments, "practice of medicine" treatments that are neither regulated nor approved by the FDA, historical examples of successful medical procedures such as bariatric surgery, liposuction and ulcer treatments which were violently opposed by researchers, physicians and companies with competing financial interests.

2012-11-30T19:06:59+00:00November 30th, 2012|Neil Riordan PhD, Video - Stem Cell Therapy|

Stem-cell therapy feels Food and Drug Administration’s pinch

62-year-old Hal Kaye had an injection of his own stem cells into his injured ankle, the results were so astonishing that he no longer needed surgery. The treatment, developed by a Broomfield doctor, has been applied to over 500 patients in the United States, primarily for orthopedic conditions, and involves extraction of bone marrow stem [...]

2010-04-12T18:29:26+00:00April 12th, 2010|News|