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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

More Medical News on C'elle

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine.

According to a recent study on the April 2010 cover article of Stem Cells and Development, stems cells that are located in menstrual blood can possibly be a source for stem cell therapies in patients who have had strokes and other disorders of the central nervous system. The 'Stem Cells and Development' article shows that menstrual blood may be an important source of autologous stem cells; a cell type that is a perfect match for the many recipients. Women have donor cells that are specifically tailored to match the donor completely so there’s always a perfect equivalent. The article acknowledges that cell therapy for these conditions is currently experimental but that one of the hurdles for the therapy has been finding the best source of cells able to treat a large number of patients with the least amount of complications.

Did you know that stroke is the third foremost cause of disability and death in the United States? These statistics are in adults and thrombolytic therapy only helps out about 2% of ischemic stroke patients. C'elle in 'Medical News Today' is partnering with worldwide researchers on pre-clinical studies for the prospective of future therapies that might help with disorders such as breast cancer, diabetes and wound healing care. C’elle stem cells have shown a significant potential in transforming other cell types for regenerative therapies in the future. This article is titled "Menstrual Blood Cells Display Stem Cell–Like Phenotypic Markers and Exert Neuroprotection Following Transplantation in Experimental Stroke".

Right now C’elle is offering a special where you can get a $100 discount off of the regular retail price of $499 for a limited time offer of collection, processing, testing and storage for one year at $399. All you have to do is use the code CLSTR. Imagine having your own personal collection in case you need it in the future. How can you put a price on a life saving technique? Best of all, it’s from your own body so it’s always a perfect match.

Check them out and learn all about stem cell research and the ability to get your own collection right from home. It will be processed and tested, then stored for your convenience. Many patients will receive hope and inspiration from the information that this work is happening and has the potential to transform their lives.

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1 comments:

Vivienne Diane Neal said...

Great topic on stroke. I had a Hemorrhagic Stroke in 1999, and my body has not been the same since. I was very lucky because I got to the hospital in a timely matter.

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