*NIH says: Adult Stem Cells ready for Prime Time!*

Very quietly, buried in a 3 page article on platelet rich plasma and horse and athlete injury treatments was this epic and monumental bombshell!  Do NOT underestimate how significant this is.  Up till this point, the US medical establishment thought that adult stem cells were unproven, of limited potential and a waste of time and money.
Now the big daddy of them all, the NIH, is jumping in with both feet!  This is not a secondary back up treatment to improve red blood cell levels after chemo.  This is the NIH advocating THE USE OF ADULT STEM CELLS TO TREAT DEBILITATING MEDICAL CONDITIONS!

You heard it here first! -DG


“The National Institutes for Health seem to think regenerating human muscle and bone using a person’s own adult stem cells is nearly ready for prime time.

Last week, the NIH announced to its staff that it’s creating a bone marrow-stem cell transplant center within the NIH Clinical Research Center.”


This is the first step on a long road but maybe one day in the future, the multitude of Americans suffering with diseases that can be improved with adult stem cells will not have to travel overseas for treatments.  We can only hope!



3 Responses to “*NIH says: Adult Stem Cells ready for Prime Time!*”

  1. Alex Cooley Says:

    what a great service you are doing. As a stem cell recipiant I know what a step in the right direction they are. I was in the trials at Texas Heart Institute about 2 years ago and it gave me my life back.

  2. In May 2008, I went to Costa Rica for an adult stem cell treatment for my MS. My symptoms included fatigue, depression, a cognitive “cloud” and heat intolerance. The treatment consisted of 5 intrathecal injections, 5 physical therapy sessions, a mini-liposuction where they removed my stem cells from the fat and later injected them into me intravenously. Today, nearly a year later the only symptom left is an occasional cognitive “cloud” moment.
    I talked to as many media outlets as would listen. You can google “Preston Walker MS” and find some of the coverage. I am a police sergeant in Fort Worth, TX and am still employed!! I am very lucky the disease was caught early.
    There is a great deal of hope in the treatment. I won’t say I am cured but symptom free!!

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