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Five Types of Stem Cells and Where They Come From

5 Types of Stem Cells and Where They Come From

  Stem cells first came to the attention of the general public some years ago, when a political battle over federal funding of embryonic stem cell lines raised temperatures across the political spectrum. Media coverage focused on the drama of polarized politics even then, and many people still don’t know exactly what stem cells are, where they come from, and how they...

Autoimmune Disease Awareness

Autoimmune Disease Awareness

The immune system is the human body’s most important line of defense against the many infection-causing pathogens that we encounter every day. White blood cells, originating from stem cells in our bone marrow, patrol the body like microscopic soldiers, finding and destroying hostile organisms like bacteria, parasites and viruses. But what happens if the immune system fails? In some cases, a...

Living With Lyme Disease

Living With Lyme Disease

The Lyme Epidemic Until recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease were reported each year. However, in September 2015, the CDC revised their estimates, indicating that more than 329,000 new cases were contracted annually in the US — an increase of up to 10 times what was previously believed. Populations of...

Stromal vascular fraction

Stromal Vascular Fraction – The Magic Juice

Stromal vascular fraction (SVF) doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but don’t let that stop you from considering its many benefits. SVF is a newer form of stem cell therapy that is made up of stem cells harvested from adipose tissue (fat) found in our bodies. What’s exciting about Stromal vascular fraction is that it offers renewed hope for people who...

ACT – A New Approach to Individualized Immune Therapy

Our blood carries a whole host of immune cells and immune specific markers. These include T cells, B cells, natural killer cells as well as monocytes, stem cells and dendritic cells. Their interaction plays a fundamental role in enabling the body to launch a coordinated immune response against disease. In many patients with a chronic illness, the immune system is...

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