Stem Cell Treatment May Relieve Angina

Stem Cell Treatment May Relieve Angina.

Stem cell advancements have been receiving increased attention lately in the media.  In early July 2011 ABC News did a story on how stem cells repair hearts and, most recently, how they helped recreate the trachea that has been transplanted into a man.

What the media often fails to report is that these advancements come with stem cells from the patients own body – these are adult stem cells.  This most recent article on stem cells relieving angina is just another example of the promise and progress made with adult stem cell research – without the death of one human being in order to extract embryonic stem cells – which have yet to produce any comparable progress.

About Bob F.

Born in Pleasanton, CA on October 5, 1956 and raised primarily in Lake Geneva, WI. I am the oldest of four sons to my parents, Bob and Helen Fleischmann who presently live next door to me in rural Wisconsin. I am an ordained Lutheran minister and I serve as the national director of Christian Life Resources.
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