Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease – Jim Parker Attorney at Law and former Texas State Legislature Member

Jim Parker, Attorney at Law is a former Texas State Legislature member who was treated with umbilical-cord derived stem cells for heart disease at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama in March 2011. Jim was kind enough to answer some questions about his condition before and after treatment. He also discusses his trip to Panama, [...]

Allogeneic and autogolous stem cell therapy combined with physical rehabilitation: A case report on a chronically injured man with quadriplegia

Daniel Leonard in Panama This is a research paper written by Rebecca Johnston, Daniel Leonard's sister. She recently graduated from a Physical Therapy degree program, and wrote her Capstone paper about Daniel's stem cell therapy treatment in Panama. Daniel is presented anonymously in the paper, but Rebecca and Daniel have given their permission for [...]

Jorge Paz MD: Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis, Sports Injury, and Autoimmune Disease || 3 of 3

Stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis using adipose (fat) stem cell. Case study of 76 year-old man with osteoarthritis in his knees. Stromal vasular fraction treatment statistics including side effects collected over 800 infusions. Stem cell treatments for sports injuries and why pro sports stars are seeking treatment. Case study of a professional dancer with knee [...]

Fat Stem Cells are not affected by weight or age

Mojallal et al. Aesthetic Plast Surg. Fat represents a potent source of autologous stem cells. Historically, the majority of research using autologous stem cells involved stem cells collected from the bone marrow. This source is associated with a painful extraction procedure and relatively low concentrations of mesenchymal stem cells. In contract, mini-liposuctions represent a less [...]

2012-05-26T19:21:25+00:00May 26th, 2012|Adult Stem Cells, News, Stem Cell Research|

Legendary Texas Football Coach and Stem Cell Recipient Sam Harrell Returns to Coaching

Coach Sam Harrell at Ennis High School In 2010, the debilitating effects of multiple sclerosis forced Sam Harrell to retire from his position as Head Football Coach at Ennis High School. But after receiving 3 courses of stem cell therapy at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama, Sam is returing to the gridiron [...]

2012-04-19T17:58:26+00:00April 19th, 2012|Multiple Sclerosis, News, Stem Cell Research|

Quality time: Former Ennis coach Sam Harrell is counting his blessings despite having multiple sclerosis

ENNIS, TX -- Sam Harrell's three state football championships are celebrated in his home office. He has pictures, trophies and balls, and even more memories. For 32 years, Harrell worked in a profession where success is measured by a scoreboard in front of thousands. These days, life's little victories -- unaccompanied by cheers or Gatorade [...]

2012-04-18T18:01:56+00:00April 18th, 2012|Multiple Sclerosis, News, Stem Cell Research|

Medistem Signs Exclusive Worldwide License With Yale University for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes Using Stem Cells

Acquisition of Intellectual Property and Data Leads to Expansion of Medistem Therapeutic Pipeline SAN DIEGO, CA, Mar 07, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Medistem Inc. (pinksheets:MEDS) and Yale University have signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement covering the generation of pancreatic islets from stem cells such as the Endometrial Regenerative Cell (ERC). These pancreatic islets [...]

2012-03-12T18:11:33+00:00March 12th, 2012|Adult Stem Cells, News, Stem Cell Research|

Panamanian-US Scientific Research Supports Using Fat Stem Cells to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 21, 2012 A Panamanian-led, multidisciplinary research team has published the first description of non-expanded fat stem cells in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis patients. "Autologous Stromal Vascular Fraction Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Rationale and Clinical Safety," which appears in the January publication of the International Archives of Medicine, followed 13 rheumatoid [...]

2012-03-01T18:22:35+00:00March 1st, 2012|Adult Stem Cells, News, Stem Cell Research|