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Sacramento Is First To Have Stem Cell Research Center

"Institute director Jan Nolta says UC Davis is moving away from the use of embryonic stem cells in favor of other techniques."

March 11, 2010 at 7 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Reflecting On A Decade Of Stem Cell Research

The focus is all wrong. While Embryonic Stem Cells may have great potential for unknown results from research 20-50 years in future (as established by some of the top embryonic, stem cell and cloning researchers...and the director of NIH). In fact, they still haven't even mitigated the scientific problems inherent in the utilization of Embryonic Stem Cells in treatment...mainly tumors and rejection.

Meanwhile, around the world, the potential for treatment has ALREADY BEEN REALIZED in Adult or Repair Stem Cells. Over 100 diseases in hundreds if not thousands of patients have already been treated successfully including HEART DISEASE, CEREBRAL PALSY, DIABETES, PAD/AMPUTATION, STROKE, MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS and more.

As for Max's statement: "America once paved the way for such innovations but now we are lacking in almost every field; sustainable energy, data infrastructure, public transport. Do not let stem cells be the next failure of our time" I share your position 100% but I'm afraid that ship has sailed long ago. The US, already years behind most of the world in regard to Stem Cell research FOR TREATMENTS of our millions of ill patients, is still losing ground.

Imagine this scenario. A patient comes back from Repair Stem Cell treatment oversees and is already seeing improvements when she and her spouse got off of the plane. Her husband says: "I'm so glad we're back and you're feeling better." She responds: "Yeah, I love America! It's a great place to's just a bad place to get sick."

January 6, 2010 at 2:05 p.m. ( | suggest removal )