INTRODUCTION: Neurologic diseases are some of the most dreaded in existence. Like most human afflictions many of them involve inflammatory changes. For this reason stem cell treatment, which is anti-inflammatory, has shown excellent promise in treating a significant number of the most feared neurologic disorders. Often times immunosuppressive drugs are used for treatment. However these drugs have a high side effects profile. In contrast stem cell treatment has no significant side effects.
ADVANCES IN REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Explaining The Exciting New Treatment Discoveries Than Can Make A Difference In Your Health.
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Hydroxychloroquine Use Is Associated With Decreased Incident Cardiovascular Events in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
This is the title of a 2016 research paper published in the prestigious Journal of the American Heart association. It can be found here. In their conclusions section discussing CVD (cardiovascular disease) they state “hydroxychloroquine use was associated with a 72% decrease in the risk of incident CVD in RA patients.”This is particularly important because heart disease is the leading cause of death in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
This is a very interesting article in which herd immunity as seen in Sweden is compared to containment. For those who don’t know herd immunity is expected in Stockholm in about 2 weeks and then shortly thereafter in the rest of Sweden. If herd immunity can be achieved safely it has obvious advantages over containment with the possible destruction of the economy and the resulting ravages of addiction, suicide, domestic violence and economic ruin that occur with lockdown quarantine. Herd immunity relies on voluntary less severe social distancing that allow the economy to function. Herd immunity is safely possible if three conditions are met.
Many people have asked me if stem cell treatment can help patients with COVID-19.
The answer is yes, with qualifications. First some background on the different kinds of stem cells that are available. Only adult stem cells, not embryonic, are considered safe for use. If they come from another human being they’re called allogeneic. If they come from the patient being treated they’re called autologous. Here are the potentially available types of cells.
Using Fat and Bone Marrow Stem Cells to Treat Moderate Knee Arthritis as an Alternative to Joint Replacement Surgery at the International Adipose Treatment and Science Conference in Marseilles
We were happy to have our treatment results for moderate arthritis accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the most prestigious international stem cell conference dealing with adipose (fat) tissue (the richest readily available source of stem cells). In our series over 90% of eligible patients were able to avoid joint replacement surgery for a period of two years after treatment.