Friday, December 26, 2008

(New England Journal of Medicine - September 2005)

“In years to come, monitoring the level of free circulating stem cells
in your body may save your life by allowing doctors to predict your
susceptibility to heart and vascular disease.”

We can expect to employ SCs (stem cells) as bio-markers for
atherosclerosis in 3 to 5 years”, says Johannes Waltenberger of
Academic Hospital in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Medical News Today reported in October of 2005 “These cells (stem
cells) are like sentinels that the bone marrow releases in response to
diverse stimuli, and they patrol the organism and home in to the site
of a vascular injury.”

Cardiologist, Anthony Mathur is secretary of the Task Force of the
European Society of Cardiology on the role of stem cells in
cardiovascular disease. Dr. Mathur is also Chairman of the Clinical
Group the British Collaborative on Stem Cell Repair of the Heart.

Dr. Anthony Mathur is quoted by the BBC as saying, “There is growing
evidence to suggest that stem cells may benefit people with serious
heart conditions, such as heart failure or those who have had heart

On May 12, 2006, CBS News broadcast a story about a man from Naples,
Florida who traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to receive injections of his
own Adult Stem Cells into his failing heart.

Doctors harvested his own stem cells, then injected them back into his
heart to improve it’s function. He’s one of a handful of people in the
world to undergo the treatment.

“It re-grows your heart,” the patient says of the stem cells therapy.
“Your own cells go back and are injected to the parts (that are) not
functioning and the cells have your initials on it, your DNA on them.”

Twenty five days after undergoing the treatment, his heart function
had improved by 50%.

In January of 2006, Reuters ran a similar story on a Wisconsin man
with Cardio Myopathy. This gentleman had a combination bypass surgery
and stem cell injections in Thailand.

“Embryonic stems cells, the ones everyone is worked up about, won’t
work. These stem cells were right out of my body. They took 255 cc of
my blood and turned out 15 million stem cells. They are having real
good luck with it. It’s making new muscle. This is all experimental.
If you’ve got grit, the will to live and want to get treated, it’s
there for you. It is definitely a marvelous thing.

Baylor College of Medicine researchers, Dr. Margaret Goodell and Dr.
Karen Hirshi agree that stem cells from bone marrow could be used to
mend damaged hearts. Drs. Goodell and Hirshi’s team discovered that
stem cells from the bone marrow of an adult mouse transplanted into
the bone marrow of another mouse had the capability to transform in
blood vessels and cardiac muscle, which helped to restore tissue that
had been damaged by a heart attack. This research was published in the
June 2001 issue of The Journal of clinical Investigation.

If the thought of traveling overseas to undergo expensive,
experimental stem cell therapy makes you uneasy, you are not alone.

Dr. David A. Prentice, professor at Indiana University School of
Medicine suggested in testimony before Congress that the easiest,
safest and most efficient means of adding additional stem cells to the
body would be to stimulate the release of stem cells already in the
body and residing abundantly in the bone marrow.

Dr Prentice also said during an interview on the Lehrer Report, “Adult
stem cells have significant capabilities for growth, repair and
regeneration of damaged cells and tissues in the body, akin to a
built-in repair kit or maintenance crew that only needs activation and
stimulation to accomplish repair of damage.”

Adult Stem Cells, which reside most abundantly in your bone marrow,
are cells that have the ability to become virtually any kind of cell
in the body. Stem Cells are continuously released from your bone
marrow and migrate to specific tissue and organs that need help. Once
the stem cells reach the damaged organ, they become fresh, new
replacements for the damaged cells.

Although medications can minimize the damage from heart attacks, they
do not repair dead tissue or prevent the scarring that can impair
heart function. Only adult stem cells can do that.

After dividing his heart patients into two groups, clinical observation
by cardiologist, H. Tomada showed that after six months, the sample
group with the greater percentage of stem cells in their blood had a
faster and more comprehensive recovery rate that the group with
significantly lower levels of stem cells in their blood.

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