Scleroderma Patient Returns to Active Lifestyle Washington, D.C.— From Stem Cell Research Facts, a project of Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), comes the video story of Dave Kurtz, a seven-time Ironman competitor crippled with pain and fatigue from systemic scleroderma. But thanks to a successful adult stem cell transplant, Dave is on the road to recovery. …Continue reading "Adult Stem Cell Recipient “on the road to recovery”"
By Wesley J. Smith During the Great Embryonic Stem Cell Debate, circa 2001-2008, I watched “the scientists” blatantly lie about the supposedly low potential for adult stem cells and the CURES! CURES! CURES that were just around the corner from embryonic stem cells. You remember: Children would soon be out of their wheelchairs and Uncle …Continue reading "Adult Stem Cells Now the ‘Gold Standard’"
By Dave Andrusko Understandably, all the attention in response to an article posted Monday in the journal “Nature” was captured in the headline in many ensuing stories: “Second HIV patient is in long-term remission, a decade after the first.” The patient, “whose identity hasn’t been disclosed, was able to stop taking antiretroviral drugs, with no …Continue reading "Thanks to adult stem cells, man free of the AIDS virus"
By Dave Andrusko Still another reminder how important it is to have a pro-life President. Pro-abortion groups are determined to “redeem” abortions by using tissue from the bodies of these babies in biomedical research. The Trump administration has worked assiduously to find and fund ethical alternatives. On Monday the National Institutes of Health (NIH) released …Continue reading "Trump’s NIH to spent $20 million “to develop or further refine ethical alternatives to fetal tissue research”"
By David Prentice, Ph.D. When people talk about something that “saved their skin,” they usually mean that it helped them out of a difficult situation. But a young boy in Germany has literally had his skin—and his life—saved through the use of genetically-engineered adult stem cells. The boy suffered from a condition called junctional epidermolysis …Continue reading "Adult Stem Cells, not embryonic stem cells, and Gene Therapy Save a Young Boy"
By Dave Andrusko The beauty of the web is that one thing leads to another to another with often times fascinating results. Such is what happened when I was trolling for information to reply to a friend. I ran across a piece written by the late Robin Toner, under the headline, “The abortion debate, stuck …Continue reading "Science, culture, public attitudes are creating a “More Fetally Aware Society”"
By Claire Chretien February 8, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Cutting-edge treatment with adult stem cells helped a paralyzed woman regain feeling in her body and start to walk again. The Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) released a new video of Laura Dominguez-Tauer, whose story they first told in 2011, showing the progress in her life since receiving …Continue reading "‘It was incredible’: adult stem cells help paralyzed woman walk again"
By David Prentice, Ph.D. When people talk about something that “saved their skin,” they usually mean that it helped them out of a difficult situation. But a young boy in Germany has literally had his skin—and his life—saved through the use of genetically-engineered adult stem cells. Adult stem cells are the ethically acceptable alternative to …Continue reading "Adult Stem Cells and Gene Therapy Save a Young Boy"
By Dave Andrusko In a first-of-its-kind study published in Circulation Research, an American Heart Association journal, researchers from Universidad de los Andes in Chile found that stem cells derived from the umbilical cords of newborn babies may lead to repairs in damaged hearts and improvements in heart muscle. “We are encouraged by our findings because …Continue reading "Stem cells derived from the umbilical cords of newborn babies show promise in repairing damaged hearts"
By Dave Andrusko Later today or more likely tomorrow I will post a story that I’ve tried to get to since last Friday. In a controlled study, patients received a single injection of a type of adult stem cell, isolated from umbilical cords. Patients who received these cells showed significant and long-lasting improvement in the …Continue reading "Decades after baby’s birth, fetal cells “come to a mother’s rescue”"
By David Prentice Editor’s note. The National Right to Life Convention began today in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. One of our many terrific speakers is David Prentice. This story is his most recent for NRL News. Stem cells. Those words can conjure up many images for those who hear them: cures, death of young human beings, millions …Continue reading "NRL Convention 2017 provides an antidote to anti-life rhetoric regarding stem cells"
By David Prentice Editor’s note. This story appeared in the May digital edition of National Right to Life News. The entire 41-page issue can be read here. Please pass the issue along to your pro-life family and friends Stem cells. Those words can conjure up many images for those who hear them: cures, death of …Continue reading "NRL Convention 2017 provides an antidote to anti-life rhetoric regarding stem cells"