Adult Stem Cell Awareness

October 4, 2007

Welcome to real hope. Welcome to cures without controversy. Welcome to Adult Stem Cell Awareness.

Filed under: Mission — benotafraid @ 4:51 pm
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Real hope and help for a great many conditions is here, right now.  Adult stem cells are currently used to treat cancers such as: brain tumors, acute and chronic leukemias, and breast cancer, auto-immune diseases such as: chrohn’s disease,  juvenile diabetes, and multiple sclerosis, immunodeficiencies, and anemias or blood disorders such as: sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia, thalassemia, and fanconi’s anemia. Additionally, adult stem cell therapies have been effective in fighting metabolic diseases, repairing and even regenerating tissue, as well as improving overall organ function.

Adult stem cell sources are plentiful. They have been found in baby teeth, amniotic fluid, umbilical cord blood, and bone marrow, and even in fat. Very recently it was discovered that even testes are a source of pluripotent stem cells.  

Adult stem cells are ethically derived and uncontroversial. Their embryonic counterparts require destruction of human life at its earliest and most vulnerable stage, and submit women to dangerous egg-donation procedures. As a society, and as individuals, we can (and we should) support research and therapies that are at once ethical and effective – and that is precisely what we will promote here at Adult Stem Cell Awareness blog.

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