Adult Stem Cell Awareness

March 2, 2009

Another ASC Success for SCI

Filed under: adult stem cell awareness,alternative sources,Real Hope — chelseaz @ 4:41 pm

Another spinal cord injury patient has seen improvement in his condition after treatment with his own stem cells:

After the accident the hairs on his legs, below his knee, stopped growing and his legs were white as a result of poor circulation.

But now hairs have started to grow back and his legs have changed colour as circulation improves.

Michael, of Fressingfield, Suffolk, has regained strength in his stomach and back muscles.

The surgery was carried out by Dr Luis Geffner at the Luis Vernaza hospital in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

It involved the implanting of adult stem cells from Mr Flounders~ bone marrow.

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This man has been paralyzed for 20 years.

See here, here and here for other stories involving SCI and ASCs.

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13 Comments »

  1. […] Another ASC Success for SCI March 2, 2009 […]

    Pingback by I FEEL TERRIBLE AND ONLY STEM CELLS CAN FIX IT! « The Stem Cell Blog — March 2, 2009 @ 11:02 pm | Reply

  2. […] but for several years now we’ve seen stories like this one – see here, here, here, here and here – where stem cells, ADULT stem cells, have been successful in repairing at least some of the damage […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » Another Amazing ASC-SCI Success! — March 20, 2009 @ 5:20 am | Reply

  3. […] but for several years now we’ve seen stories like this one – see here, here, here, here and here – where stem cells, ADULT stem cells, have been successful in repairing at least some of the damage […]

    Pingback by Another Amazing ASC-SCI Success! « Adult Stem Cell Awareness — March 20, 2009 @ 1:50 pm | Reply

  4. […] but for several years now we’ve seen stories like this one – see here, here, here, here and here – where stem cells, ADULT stem cells, have been successful in repairing at least some of the damage […]

    Pingback by Spinal Cord Injury Success « The Stem Cell Blog — March 25, 2009 @ 9:04 pm | Reply

  5. […] Presents Positive Adult Stem Cell Results To American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons March 2, 2009Another ASC Success for SCI March 2, 2009Chuck Colson on “Miracle Cells” February 21, 2009How long, how long must we sing […]

    Pingback by More Spinal Cord Injury Success from adult stem cells « The Stem Cell Blog — March 25, 2009 @ 10:36 pm | Reply

  6. […] Laura Domingues has a spinal cord injury and is now starting to walk again with the help of Adult Stem Cells taken from her own nose. She’s working with Dr. Carlos Lima from Portugual who has been studying olfactory mucosa autografts in human spinal cord injury – you can see his pilot study here. Another patient of Dr. Lima has given her testimony several times as well, which you can see here. More on ASCs and SCI: here, here, here, here and here. […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » ASCs Saved My Life Education & Awareness Campaign Launched — November 18, 2009 @ 11:36 pm | Reply

  7. […] Laura Domingues has a spinal cord injury and is now starting to walk again with the help of Adult Stem Cells taken from her own nose. She’s working with Dr. Carlos Lima from Portugual who has been studying olfactory mucosa autografts in human spinal cord injury – you can see his pilot study here. Another patient of Dr. Lima has given her testimony several times as well, which you can see here. More on ASCs and SCI: here, here, here, here and here. […]

    Pingback by ASCs Saved My Life Education & Awareness Campaign Launched « Adult Stem Cell Awareness — November 19, 2009 @ 11:09 pm | Reply

  8. […] 4.) Dr. Kessler should know that if he really wants to see his daughter walk again, he’s looking in the wrong place. Adult stem cells are light-years ahead of ESCs in this area, helping several human patients regain feeling and movement and progress continues to be made. See here, here, here, here, here and here. […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » CBS Does ESCR Puff Piece — March 26, 2010 @ 12:42 am | Reply

  9. […] some feeling and movement in long term spinal cord injury patients (see here, here, here, here, here and here). All, as Wesley Smith points out, without the fanfare of the […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » Geron Cleared for First ESCR Human Trial — July 30, 2010 @ 8:40 pm | Reply

  10. […] some feeling and movement in long term spinal cord injury patients (see here, here, here, here, here and here). All, as Wesley Smith points out, without the fanfare of the […]

    Pingback by Geron Cleared for First ESCR Human Trial « Adult Stem Cell Awareness — July 30, 2010 @ 8:45 pm | Reply

  11. […] few years in restoring some feeling and movement in patients with SCI: see here, here, here, here, here and here. And how nice that we’re starting out by helping one of our wounded service men! […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » Marine Vet to Participate in First U.S. ASC Clinical Trial for SCI — August 5, 2010 @ 9:41 am | Reply

  12. […] using ASCs to restore some feeling and movement in patients with SCI: see here, here, here, here, here and here. And how nice that we’re starting out by helping one of our wounded service men! […]

    Pingback by Marine Vet to Participate in First U.S. ASC Clinical Trial for SCI « Adult Stem Cell Awareness — August 5, 2010 @ 10:28 am | Reply

  13. […] (the patients in Geron’s trial have new injuries) – see here, here, here, here, here and here for some […]

    Pingback by Reflections of a Paralytic » First Trial on Embryonic Stem Cell Derived Treatment Begins — October 13, 2010 @ 8:34 pm | Reply


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