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Cancer cream clinical trial


We use a unique delivery system which moves minerals, such as Zinc and Copper, through the epidermal layers across semipermeable membranes very quickly to immediately be absorbed by diseased or healthy tissues at very low concentrations. The Krebs cycle is a charting of the metabolic pathways that healthy plant or animals cells must follow to perform all functions supporting life. There are approximately thirty-two (32) steps in the process. The steps allow healthy cells to expel excessive amounts of toxic materials continuously, including minerals and other nutrients unless totally over-whelmed. Diseased and/or mutated cells (such as cancer cells) do not follow the Krebs cycle. Rather they follow an alternative metabolic cycle with only about eighteen (18) steps and absorb all foods (particularly sugars). The diseased cells will also take up excessive amounts of minerals such as Zinc and Copper (in our formulation) in amounts that are toxic to them, causing the diseased cell to die. The surrounding healthy tissues (following the Krebs cycle's 32 steps) take up only the amounts of Zinc and Copper needed to function and excrete the excess minerals. Following the Krebs 32 steps versus the 18 steps that cancer and other diseases follow saves normal healthy tissues while killing the diseased cells. In summary, we are able to transport our highly available Zinc and Copper to our target diseased cells (including cancer cells) and kill only the diseased cells, leaving the healthy normal cells surrounding them functioning without disruption. Further, a sheath of bacterial cells (also non-Krebs cycle) often surrounds a mass of mutated cells in this shield. The mass of mutated cells are then exposed to the immune system and are destroyed. This is an uncomplicated explanation of a highly complex system that was very difficult to develop. It took many years of study to devise a strategy that is effective against several terrible diseases.
Origin of the Disease The treatment involves topical administration to targeted areas, starting with the skin areas surrounding the known origin of the disease. Additional applications are applied to the regional lymph nodes serving the area. Prevention and Detection Treating the sentinel lymph nodes and organs (collecting ducts) of the lymphatic system such as the thymus and spleen may reduce the potential of current or future metastasis of non-normal cells.

The manufacturer does not believe nor does it claim that this product is a permanent cure to any medical condition or disease. The treatment is not considered a permanent “cure” for any disease as it is possible that the removal of existing cellular tumors or other non-productive cells does not preclude the possibility of a future return of new mutated cells or tumors. Therefore, it is possible and even probable that re-treatments may be indicated. Non-clinical trials have indicated that the product impacts several types of viral, bacterial and/or non-typical cell related conditions. However, these diseases may return and the manufacturer recommends a continuing “maintenance program” of treatment by applying the formula twice per week to various parts of the body.
The length of treatment depends widely on the location and severity of the condition and the strength of the immune system. Phases of the treatment can be considered as follows: Phase 1 - Initial treatment without any reactions (days to weeks) Phase 2 - Reactions increase, showing that the treatment is beginning to work (weeks to months) Phase 3 - Reactions decrease, showing the treatment is nearly complete (days to months) Phase 4 - Maintenance mode. Reactions cease, indicating that the treatment was successful (permanent use of reduced quantity is recommended) Some skin conditions can be successfully treated in days. Some subjects with internal conditions have treated for as long as four weeks before the development of a noticeable reaction indicating the treatment is working. Some subjects with advanced diseases have used the CC Treatment three times per day until reactions subside. Thereafter use twice each week may help to discover and/or prevent a reoccurrence of the condition. For early stage disease, detection and maintenance of non-normal cells, a recommended dose of 10% of the Active Ingredient is suggested. For late stage disease and severe cases a stronger dose is initially suggested, containing 17% of the Active Ingredient. This can be reduced to the lower dose 10% after reactions decrease or subside. Low dose periodic maintenance is recommended in the area of disease origin and surrounding lymph nodes. This will prevent a buildup of non-normal cells. Monthly, once per day applications for 5 to 7 day periods, if reaction occurs continue use till it subsides.
The use of this formula may produce one or more of the following expected reactions, which confirm that the treatment is working correctly:
  • Redness or discolored skin
  • Skin crusting and scabbing
  • Flaking or peeling of the skin
  • Small black and/or red “pinpoint” spots (some with white halos around them)
  • Stinging
  • Itching or scabbing of the skin
  • Skin nodules of various sizes colors
  • Fatigue
  • Bowel or bladder incontinence
  • White cloudy material in urine or stools
  • Itchy foot bottoms
  • Unusual body, stool, or urine odors
  • Metallic taste in the mouth
  • Flu like symptoms
  • Sensitivity to direct sunlight
  • Manageable to severe pain
All of these conditions should resolve themselves with no residual effect or scarring. These effects indicate that the treatment is working and that the body is expelling the dead disease cells. Users should not stop treatment because of the effects listed above. Treatment should not be stopped until after these effects stop.
As clinical trials are still ongoing it is too early to identify side effects which could be attributed solely to the formula, with the exception of the, expected reactions described above. The manufacturer received a few reports of stiffness of the joints and/or muscle soreness.
While many users experience no discomfort, the risk of discomfort or moderate pain due to the use of the formula is possible, depending on the severity of the affliction of mutated cells present in the skin or body. A few subjects have experienced extreme pain, however there is limited experience with all types of diseases and severe pain may only be typical with certain diseases. Users have observed that the disease cells are typically killed and expelled by the body, either via the skin, urine, or feces. Subjects have experienced ulcerations and moderate to severe pain where tumors have come through the skin to be expelled after tumor cells were killed by the treatment. In most cases, this left no noticeable scars.
Yes, you should discuss this with your doctor before beginning the CC Treatment and throughout the treatment period. If you have a reaction which is not on the list above of expected reactions, talk to your doctor. If you experience pain during treatment, your doctor may be able to help you manage the pain. This information is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional and is not intended as medical advice. In case of questions, contact your physician or get in touch with us here. If any instructions which you receive from this paper or web site conflict with those from your physician, your physician’s instructions should always be followed.
  • Water
  • Cetearyl Alcohol
  • Dicetyl Phosphate
  • Shea Butter
  • Dimethyl Isosorbide
  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
  • Ceteth-10 Phosphate
  • Cetyl Alcohol
  • Sodium Hyaluronate
  • Zinc Sulfate
  • Ammonium Sulfate
  • Farnesol
  • Phenyl Dimethicone
  • Copper Sulfate
  • Citric Acid
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Silver Citrate All ingredients are Generally Regarded as Safe (“GRAS”).
The manufacturer has conducted several years of non-clinical trials with the formula. No patients reported any adverse effects from liberal and/or long-term use of the formula. This does not preclude the possibility of side effects from the prolonged use of extraordinary amounts of the formula and more research is required to make a final determination. Blood tests on one patient who used large doses of the treatment did not show elevated mineral levels. As with any experimental treatment, dosing levels are uncertain and risk of overdosing cannot be eliminated. Formal dosage studies have not yet taken place.
Do not use this formula if you are allergic to copper, zinc, or any of the ingredients. Do not use this formula if you are pregnant or on children under 12 years of age. This treatment or procedure may involve unknown risks to the subject (or to the embryo or fetus if the subject is or may become pregnant) which are currently unforeseeable.
The ionic minerals are highly Bioavailable and can penetrate the skin. Users have reported that the formula is systemic (affecting the region where applied and potentially the entire body). Systemic therapies employ carrier agents which travel through the body’s fluids and can affect cells throughout the body.
The CC Formula is still in the experimental stage. Thus the manufacturer has not applied for approval as a drug in any country. As a result, those distributing the product are prohibited from claiming that it treats or cures any disease and no such claims may be made on the label. The risk of sickness or serious illness due to the use of this formula is considered minimal by the manufacturer, because all ingredients are considered Generally Regarded as Safe (“GRAS”) under United States 40 CFR 180.1001 entitled the “Exemption from the Requirements of a Tolerance.” The key mineral components in the formulation are considered nutritional elements for plants and animals. There have been no adverse effects reported by any of the over 100 users during over eight years of non-clinical trials. The concentrations of each ingredient in the skin cream are below the maximum permissible levels established by the European Union for cosmetics. Thus is it considered safe for application to the skin. The product has successfully passed formal skin irritation and microbial testing. Some of the ingredients are concentrated minerals that are readily expelled from the body when assimilated in excess of the normal daily nutritional requirements. More research is required to develop a complete understanding of all of the possible benefits and consequences of the use of this formula.
This formula contains a patent-pending technology which makes its key ingredients much more bioavailable than others. The manufacturer believes that this will deliver minerals directly into non-typical cells which adversely impact the health of humans, other animals, and plants. These minerals are pharmaceutical-grade, balanced, ionic minerals which have been combined with a unique delivery technology “Mineral Complex System”.
Store this product out of direct sunlight between 60 - 80 degrees fahrenheit (15.5 - 26.7 degrees celsius). Do not refrigerate or freeze.
Possibly. There have been instances where users reported discolored clothing and/or cloth.
Users are encouraged to follow a diet with no refined sugar and to take probiotics on a daily basis. However all supplements should be approved by your doctor.
Stem cell research


Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body. Serving as a sort of repair system for the body, they can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell.   There are 4 main sources of stem cells:
  1. Fertilized egg derived stem cells (called embryonic stem cells in the press)
  2. Stem cells taken from aborted human fetuses (a human fetus up to two months of age is considered an embryo)
  3. Umbilical cord blood
  4. Adult bone marrow & other adult tissues


How is quality control in umbilical cord blood stem cell programs? Umbilical cord blood is donated from healthy mothers who give birth to full term, normal, healthy babies, it is then screened for major communicable diseases according to the American Association of Blood Banks standards. Only Type O, Universal Donor type is accepted. Blood that passes the test at this level is then sent to a laboratory where skilled technicians use special technology to separate CD34+/CD133+ cells, CD44- cells, and other subtypes. These progenitor cells are then expanded in a medium that is free from any animal products. After peak expansion is reached, the stem cells are frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored. As for safety concerns, Umbilical cord stem cells have been used for over 18 years in both adults and children in the treatment of cancer and blood disorders, with no reports of secondary diseases or cancers from the use of the cord blood.   How many stem cells are contained in each vial? Most commonly vials containing 5 million hUCSCs are utilized.   Is there a best time to go for treatment? The decision to have or not to have stem cell therapies is difficult for all involved. The decision as to what type of cells to use, how to give the cells, what tests need to be done before hand and what treatments need to be done before and after the treatment all vary from case to case. Such questions are best answered by doctors after copies of the patient’s medical records and enrollment forms have been received and reviewed.   What is the general sequence for enrolling in the stem cell program?
  1. Find out as much as you can about stem cells.
  2. To maximize the benefits of the stem cell treatment, it is advised that the patient start a detoxification program to reduce or eliminate infections, inflammation in areas difficult from primary concern, heavy metal toxicity, chemical toxins, and nutritional deficiencies. This is particularly important for autistic children and those with MS, ALS, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s disease.
  3. If the patient decides on the treatment, they can fill out an enrollment form at their chosen medical facility then copies of the patient’s recent medical records and enrollment form are faxed to the facility.
  4. Based on the medical records, the staff will recommend the type and amount of cells needed for the patient’s health condition.
  5. If and when the patient feels comfortable taking the next step, they can make an appointment for this treatment.
  6. After the treatment, follow up consultations are needed in order to track the patient’s progress which are done on a regular basis via e-mail or phone. Follow up medical record will be requested approximately four to five months after treatment.
  How are the stem cells given? Most infants and small children are given the stem cells via a subcutaneous injection into the tissues adjacent to the umbilicus. Older children and adults are typically given stem cells by IV drip. Blood may be drawn and reinjected to increase the number of growth factors given with the stem cells. Some neurological patients receive hUCSCs by direct catheter implant into the damaged areas of the brain, a procedure performed by an interventional radiologist and operating room team.   Why is a subcutaneous injection used on most children while an IV approach on most adults? Research has shown that injecting cells subcutaneously near the umbilicus produces notable results. It appears the cells migrate from the injection site and enter the circulation over a period of hours and perhaps days. Since an IV approach is not always easily done on some patients, especially infants and small children, the “subQ” approach is routinely employed on these patients. In older patients, direct introduction of the cells into the circulation via IV is used. There are some neurological conditions for which a direct infusion of cells into the circulatory system is deemed the best approach to treating the patient. The use of a subcutaneous IV or combination route is decided based on clinical study and past stem cell patient responses.   How long does it usually take before some change is seen? It is reported that the first changes appear by the 3rd to 4th week after treatment and major changes are seen during the first 180 days following treatment. They may then plateau and diminish over time, although some patients report seeing new improvements more than one year following a single treatment.   Some patients have seen results almost from the moment the cells entered their bodies, how can the stem cells work that fast? There is no way the cells could engraft, differentiate and begin “doing their thing” in a matter of minutes or hours. It is felt that the initial results are attributable to growth factors present in the stem cell medium. Also, the cells themselves may stimulate the body to create growth factors and other compounds that foster cell repair and replacement.   Is the reported healing and recovery due to the stem cells or to something else? First, the umbilical cord stem cells begin to produce a specific growth factor almost immediately after injection which has the power to rescue neurons from a lack of oxygen, associated with conditions that include a stroke or traumatic brain injury. This glial derived growth factor activity can rescue up to 60-70% of dying neurons if administered soon after the injury. In later stages and in younger patients such as those suffering from cerebral palsy, one type of stem cell (CD34+) has a tendency to produce “white matter cells”. These cells make up the “wiring” that connects one neuron to the next and to the muscles of the body. When you look at a cross section of the brain, the white matter makes up about 60% of the brain’s inner volume. The gray matter is the neurons which are spread over the surface of the brain. While the CD34+ stem cells have been reported to promote some neurons in addition to the glial white matter, the primitive progenitor cells (AC133+) more readily assist with neuronal growth. Besides rescuing dying tissues by the action of glial derived neuron factors, the stem cells may also save cells by a process called “ cell fusion”. In this method, the stem cells seek out sick and dying cells and melt their body into the dying cell body. This combination cell then has the vitality of the stem cell and its cell nucleus. Such fusion is more often in brain cells that have hundreds of connections with other cells.   How do the stem cells know where to go in the body? Many studies have shown that stem cells “home” in on specific chemical signals given off by injured, damaged or diseased tissues or organs.   Can stem cell treatment work if the injury or condition is old? When these signals are weak they require intervention to increase their numbers. There are several ways to amplify these chemical signals. Pre-stem cell treatment programs, comprehensive 5 to 35 day outpatient programs, are recommended in such cases.   Is there anything done at the time of treatment to enhance the likelihood of stem cells entering the brain? One of the difficulties in getting hUCSCs into the brain lies in the blood brain barrier which slows or blocks entry of many things into the central nervous system including stem cells. Children and adult patients with Multiple Sclerosis and many other neurological diseases have “leaky” blood brain barriers due to the inflammation. Fortunately, a formula has been developed which temporarily opens up the blood brain barrier long enough for a great many stem cells to get into the brain.   What dietary or lifestyle restrictions should be observed prior to and following stem cell treatment? In general, think in terms of what you should eat if you were a young woman who has just become pregnant.
  1. The body should be as pure as possible for the stem cells to grow and differentiate into the specialized cells needed to help repair the disease or injured area.
  2. Stem cells generally have two week intervals for their growth and expansion in numbers. Through the entire body, all aspects of repair are going on each day. However, in the case of stem cell treatments, the first two weeks may be considered important for the stem cells creating safe homes for growing and multiplying into more and more healthy stem cells. Therefore, for the first two weeks after the treatment, it is important to avoid the things that kill off stem cells and do more of the things that promote healthy stem cell growth.
  3. As the stem cells begin to migrate to the injured tissue and then divide into specialized cells that can replace the damaged and dead cells, there is a need to assist the first round of cell differentiation as well as continue to support the next two weeks cycle of new stem cell growth and multiplication promoted by the increased growth factors.
  4. During the second and third month, as the new neurons and glial cells integrate into the neural network, the stem cell patient can go on a maintenance diet that continues healthy living but is less restrictive.
  Recommendations for children being treated:
  1. Consume healthy, fresh foods and drinks.
  2. Avoid places and foods that provoke allergies.
  3. Reduce environmental and dietary toxins as much as possible.
  4. Minimize stress.
  5. Maintain a positive attitude.
  6. Appreciate the child’s smallest successes. The small changes eventually lead to big changes.
  Recommendations for adults being treated:
  1. Avoid red meat for at least 4 days prior and 2 weeks following hUCSC treatment, especially those with neurological disorders. Red meat contains fats that are pro-inflammatory and inflammation can kill off stem cells.
  2. Avoid grilled and fried foods.
  3. Avoid alcoholic beverages for at least 1 week prior to and 6 months following treatment. Alcohol inhibits nerve growth factor and is toxic to new neurons.
  4. Avoid tobacco at least 1 month prior to and 6 months following treatment. Tobacco is not just tobacco. It also includes carcinogens and heavy metals. Smoking restricts the blood flow and leads to reduced circulation in various parts of the brain.
  5. For the first week following the treatment, eat sparingly of anti-cell proliferative foods such as onions, garlic, ginger, apples, berries, citrus fruits, honey, red grapes, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, and almonds. These foods should be resumed after the first week because they are generally high in antioxidants.
  6. Avoid sweets, including sugars, candies, carrot juice, and fruit juices during the first month following stem cell therapy. These foods can produce rapid fluctuations in blood sugar levels, which is not good for damaged brain cells.
  7. Avoid herbal supplements and over-the-counter medications for 1 month after the treatment, unless directed by your physician.
  8. Vitamin-Mineral supplements that have been working for the patient can be continued through the treatment. These nutrients usually provide some antioxidant protection for stem and progenitor cell survival.
  9. Limit consumption of seeds and nuts. While these foods are generally nutritious, they also contain L-arginine, which can increase nitric oxide in the central nervous system and promote inflammation. This is especially applicable to patients with neurological challenges involving central nervous system inflammation.
  10. Avoid Monosodium glutamate. MSG is toxic to new neurons. MSG may also be included in malt extract, malt flavoring, bouillon, broth stock, flavoring, natural flavoring, natural beef or chicken flavoring, seasoning or spices. Eating fresh foods reduces this risk.
  11. Avoid emotional and physical stress. Stress stimulates the adrenal glands to secrete adrenal hormones which increase glutamate. Some glutamate is needed for learning and memory but too much glutamate kills off new neurons, especially in the hippocampus which is the center for learning and memory.
  12. Avoid foods that cause allergies. Allergies increase inflammation which can attract the stem cells to areas different from the person’s main health concerns. The cytotoxic products that are released in inflammatory conditions can also kill off the stem and progenitor cells.
  13. Women should not undergo hUCSCT during or just following a menstrual period. The inflammation associated with menstruation may compromise hUCSC activity.
  What are some factors that can increase stem cell growth?
  1. A good night’s sleep. During the first part of the night which is from 10pm to 3am, growth factors such as human growth hormone are stimulating stem cell growth in the brain as well as the body. From 3am to about 7am, cortisol is stimulating an increase in glutamate to assist with memory consolidation and the incorporation of brain cells into the neural network. Both aspects of sleep are important for cell repair and learning and memory.
  2. Don’t fight against fatigue. If you are tired during the daytime after the stem cell treatment, the increase in growth factors are doing their job with slowing down the body for cell repair. If you are tired, rest. If you are sleepy, sleep. The calm allows for sufficient serotonin and melatonin to promote stem cell growth.
  3. If you feel energized, do some exercise or physical therapy. The movement promotes a growth factor called vascular endothelial growth factor that stimulates the growth of stem cells for blood vessel growth and repair. Vascular endothelial growth factors also stimulate neural growth factors in the brain. Avoid activities that may cause bodily injury since an injury will divert stem cells to newly damaged tissues instead of the desired treatment site.
  4. Learn something new each day about an entirely new subject, place, language, etc. The new learning requires the growth of new stem cells. Life long learning is an important ingredient for keeping the brain cells active, regardless of the person’s age.
  5. Listen to music that is relaxing and music that is structurally complex. Music that provides a depth and complexity of rhythms, frequencies, timbre and internal integrity such as is common to the “classic” will bring about changes in nerves and brain regions connected to the inner car. The result can be greater electrical activity and a synchronization of activity between various parts of the brain.
  6. Create a stress reduction program. Don’t kill off your stem cells with negative thoughts.
  7. Drink 6-8 glasses of pure water. Water is important in cell to cell communication and stress reduction.
  8. Maintain a diet which is rich in fresh alkaline vegetables, moderate in poultry and fish. The diet does not include red meat, processed food, sweets, sugar containing beverages, foods with additives, hormones, colors, preservatives, monosodium glutamate, vegetable hydrolyzed protein, or pesticides.
  9. Eat foods containing calcium, magnesium, potassium, B complex and serotonin foods which can help reduce stress.


Serotonin generating foods: Squash, pumpkin, turnips, and celery. Calcium rich foods: Salmon, sardines, green leafy vegetables, collards, filberts, kale, kelp, mustard greens, prunes, turnip greens, and watercress. Magnesium rich foods: Avocados, brewer’s yeast, dulse, green leafy vegetables, salmon, and watercress. Potassium rich foods: Avocados, brewer’s yeast, dulse, raisins, and winter squash. B complex rich foods: Folic acid is in green leafy vegetables, asparagus, and spinach. Vitamin B6 is in poultry, fish oil, vegetables, sunflower seeds. Vitamin B12 is in poultry, fish and fish oil. Seaweeds such as wakame and kombu contain sulfated fucoidans which support bone marrow stem cells production. Avocados also contain tyrosine, a mood elevator. The processing of tyrosine in nervous tissue is associated with the growth and guidance of nerve pathways. Ginseng for two months can assist with both stem cell growth and stem cell differentiation into specialized cells. Ginkgo Biloba also assists with stem cell growth and differentiation. However do not take this if you are taking other medications. DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) rich fish and seafood. This omega 3 fatty acid plays a role in nerve cell growth, cognition and also modulates inflammatory responses.  


After the stem cells have been given time to migrate to where they are needed and proliferate they will then differentiate into various cells such as new neurons, red blood cells, immune cells, etc. The following are prudent measures to implement about four weeks after a stem cell injection.
  1. Eat foods containing lots of Vitamin A. Sources of Vitamin A include: Cod liver oil, fish oil, beet greens, watercress, kale, pumpkin, spinach, winter squash, and leafy lettuce.
  2. Vitamin D from 20 minutes exposure to moderate sunlight stimulates BDNF, a neural growth factor that supports the growth of new neurons. BDNF also supports the pancreas and insulin producing pancreatic cells.
  3. Supplement with antioxidants. Antioxidants can help protect new stem cells and new neurons from the toxic effects of a compound called glutamate. Among the more potent antioxidants are Glutathione, Coenzyme Q10, N-acetyl cysteine, alpha lipoic acid, and vitamin A, C, and E.
Bone Marrow treatments use a patient’s own cells, which removes concerns about grafts versus host complications. Bone Marrow procedures have been used with irradiation, chemotherapy and chronic immune suppression. Bone marrow procedures are potentially much safer and more effective for regeneration and anti-aging in cases where irradiation, chemotherapy and immune suppression are not required.   The bone marrow contains mononuclear cells, hematopoietic stem cells, endothelial and precursor progenitor cells and mesenchymal stem cells, all of which, in healthy patients, assist in cell repair.   Bone marrow blood is extracted, which is rich in hematopoietic and mesenchymal stem cells, from various locations in the body and then transfused back into the patient. A standard bone marrow transfusion filter is used to prevent bone marrow debris from entering the patient. It is generally considered pain free with a quick recovery.   Anywhere from 100 - 300 cc of bone marrow blood is extracted. This includes about 2 - 5 million CD34+ stem cells and about 100,000 to 500,000 mesenchymal stem cells. The blood also includes growth factors and multipotent progenitor cells.   CD34+ stem cells are capable of self-renewal and differentiation into various cell lineages, including immune and haematopoietic progenitors.   Mesenchymal stem cells are also multipotent. They are able to differentiate into adipocytes, condrocytes, osteocytes and neuronal/glial cells when specific growth factors are used. Mesenchymal stem cells can contribute to neurological repair by migrating to an injury, replacing degenerated neural cells, integrating into the neural network and leading to functional improvement. These same stem cells deliver tropical factors that support neuronal cell survival and induce endogenous cell growth and proliferation and inhibiting neuroinflammation. Mesenchymal stromal/stem cells show great promise for autoimmune as well as heart and neurological disorders.   Bone Marrow Stem Cell have been shown to help:
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Anemia
  • Arthritis
  • Auto Immune diseases
  • Bone repair
  • Brain Ischemia, Stroke
  • Breast Cancer
  • Cancer, Leukemia, Brain tumors, Bone cancer, Lung Cancer
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Diabetes
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Fetal disease
  • Heart disease
  • Hernia repair
  • HIV
  • Knee repair
  • Liver, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis
  • Lupus
  • Lymphoma
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Nervous System repair
  • Organ failure
  • Osteoporosis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Radiation induced damage
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Wound healing
Many companies throughout the world offer Adult Stem Cells or Umbilical Cord Stem Cells however it is globally known that Embryonic Stem Cells (known as ESCs) are the most powerful cells and provide the best results. Stem cells are controversial due to some being derived from a blastocyst, which is a five day old embryo, however stem cells can also be obtained through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). What are Embryonic Stem Cells? Within 24 hours of a sperm fertilizing an egg, the egg begins dividing into two cells, then four, and so on, until it becomes a hollow ball of cells called a blastocyst. This process is then interrupted for the harvest of ESCs. If it is not interrupted within three weeks, blastocyst cells begin to differentiate, starting with nerve cells. The cells from the moment of conception to the eighth week of pregnancy are called embryos. After the eighth week and until the moment of birth, they are called fetuses. Depending on where or when they are harvested, the rejuvenation potential of Stem Cells will differ. Optimally Embryonic Stem Cells are harvested after the 4 to 5 days of divisions from the blastocyst left over from in vitro fertilization. The blastocyst of 150 or so cells is then extracted and cultured in petri dishes. The 150 cells will divide into millions of ESCs which have the capability of becoming any type of cell, these are known as pluripotent. The cultured ESCs are then mixed with plasma as the final step before infusion.   What are the differences between ESCs, Adult and Umbilical Cord Stem Cells? Adult Stem Cells are harvested from grown organs such as bone marrow, blood or fat tissue of the patient, and re-injected. Studies have concluded that adult stem cells are only able to develop into a limited number of cell types related to the tissue that the stem cells originally came from, in other words, they are multi-potent. Umbilical Stem Cells are adult stem cells taken from a baby’s Umbilical Cord. Risk of rejection is usually greater when using Umbilical cord stem cells. ESCs are the only pluripotent Stem Cells. They are also the only stem cells to produce anti-cancer proteins. Autologous cells have proven to be the best Stem Cells available, the ultimate healing and rejuvenating option, however the technology to produce them is time and labor extensive and requires highly skilled techniques.
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