Host: Article: Daily Tech-Primate Stem

Host: Article: Daily Tech-Primate Stem

I found this article very interesting. What are your thoughts on Stem Cell Research? Jason Nick wrote this Blog.

What have you heard about Stem Cell Research? Do you think it is a way to cure diseases? Who should qualify for Stem Cell Research? Should Insurance Companies be responsible for the cost?

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Primate Stem Cell Creation Appears Driven by Genes From Ancient Virus – See more at:

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There are many disorders that could benefit from Stem Cell transplant. For example, Heart Failure, Cardiopulmonary, Coronary Artery Disease, Angina Pectoris, Ischemic Heart Disease, Non-Ischemic Heart Disease, Pulmonary Fibrosis. Pretty debilitating disorders. Regenerative Bioscience, Inc provides information about their treatment of these chronic disorders through the use of Stem Cell. They use Adult blood from the patients own bone marrow. Sounds interesting, these doctors believe using the patients own blood stem cells reduces rejection.

Chronic debilitating disorders affects patients daily activities. Patients with Chronic Heart disease have good and bad days. When less symptomatic the day is better. However, symptom like shortness of breath, fatigue, and increased weight gain due to fluid overload prevents the patient from completing their activities of daily living. I have to admit, I was uncertain about the use of Stem Cells, my mind processed some pretty negative thoughts. Once I considered the patient and their need to live productive lives my thinking changed.

I have not grasp the use of Animal Stem Cells for human,  I would be interested in further research. Stem Cell use is a sensitive subject, one that requires further discussion. I found these two articles both provided great information. The link for Regenerative Bioscience, Inc http://bit.ly/1hdyrIe

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I’m Carolyn Coleman-Grady

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