Through advances in stem-cell research and developments in gene therapy, Scientists and Doctors are able to treat and cure "Bubble Baby" disease, a rare and potentially fatal hereditary condition known as Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, or SCID.
"BUBBLE BABY" CURE!
Groundbreaking! First ever! Pioneers! New breakthrough!
There's only one problem...
It gets harder and harder to celebrate the medical advances when the media and medical industry promote those advances as "the world's first" and...they are completely lying with abundant documented proof to the contrary.
THIS WEEKS (BS) HEADLINES:
So what's the problem? Nothing much, just that they are 12 years late!
In 2002, Israeli and Italian Scientists treated and cured two babies with "Bubble Baby" disease, the rare and fatal hereditary condition known as Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, or SCID. The two babies, a two-year-old baby girl named Salsabil from East Jerusalem and an Italian girl, received a correctly functioning gene in place of the faulty gene that causes the disease...both babies have returned to their homes and are leading normal lives. via
Notice these headlines and their associated dates.
MORE PROOF - THE PATENT: (Yes, they even patented the procedure!)
We at RSCI are particularly bothered by this story because the accomplishments of a great man and brilliant doctor and scientist are going unsung so the "California Institute of Revisionist Medicine" can spout their misinformation and claim an huge and unearned victory.
THE PUNCH LINE:
The doctor who cured the first 'bubble baby' in the world has been not only a friend, but also a member of our scientific board and a premier treatment destination of RSCI since the inception of our organization.
Prof. Shimon Slavin, MD
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UCLA Stem-Cell Researcher Cures Children With ‘Bubble Baby’ Disease
Posted 2:59 PM, November 18, 2014 - "A UCLA medical researcher was lauded Tuesday for developing a groundbreaking new stem-cell gene-therapy treatment..."
(Sorry California, not even close! - RSCI)
Researchers now have scientific proof that female stem cells are better at regeneration than male stem cells. Since heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, the application of female stem cells to repair heart damage or even generate new hearts for transplantation could change the future for those with chronic heart disease.
"WHERESOEVER YOU GO, GO WITH ALL YOUR HEART." - Confucius
FACT: Female stem cells are better at regeneration than male stem cells.
QUESTION: Is this why women have fewer heart attacks?
ANSWER: Actually, women don't have fewer heart attacks than men.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, killing 292,188 women in 2009—that’s 1 in every 4 female deaths. via
Although heart disease is sometimes thought of as a "man's disease," around the same number of women and men die each year of heart disease in the United States. Despite increases in awareness over the past decade, only 54% of women recognize that heart disease is their number 1 killer. via
The fact is, women have heart attacks at about the same rate as men...but their stem cells ARE still better. Male or female, if you have cardiac disease, there is hope!
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Female stem cells could be better for heart repair, disease treatment - Nov 16, 2014
Above is a pig heart, which has been stripped of all its cells, leaving only the scaffolding to grow a new heart with human stem cells. This approach may be used in the future to repair heart damage or even generate new hearts for transplantation. Pig hearts are used because they are of a similar size and complexity to human hearts.
“We always knew women were awesome,” said Doris Taylor, director of Regenerative Medicine Research at the Texas Heart Institute. “Now we have the science to back it up.”
...female stem cells, derived from animal muscle tissue, generated more muscle fiber and survived better when repairing injured muscle than male cells... via
Additional research from ScienceDaily - 2007
A health care system which tells people who’ve had to give up work because of a debilitating, progressive condition that they’ll recover, is humiliating and nothing short of a farce. The heartbreaking irony is that while the government is tragically using medical system semantics to further torment degenerative disease victims, they are actually, accidentally and unwittingly, correct. Stem cell treatments can provide improvement for those suffering from degenerative diseases. This, of course, provides no solace to those patients who can't afford to travel out of their country to receive a stem cell treatment without insurance coverage.
DEGENERATIVE PATIENTS MISTREATED BY UK GOVERNMENT
MEDICAL OPTIONS IGNORED
Sometimes we must choose between the lesser of two evils. You tell us which is worse, we can't decide:
1. Degenerative illness patients suddenly lose benefits because their "incurable" disease is randomly and bureaucratically changed to "recoverable."
2. The mass media blasting the words, "no possibility of improvement," without even a cursory mention of years of safe and effective stem cell treatments for degenerative disease.
The heartbreaking irony is that while the government is tragically using medical system semantics to further torment degenerative disease victims, they are actually, accidentally and unwittingly, correct. Stem cell treatments can provide improvement for those suffering from degenerative diseases. This, of course, provides no solace to those patients who can't afford to travel out of their country to receive a stem cell treatment without insurance coverage.
Nonetheless, the fact remains: "Many degenerative patients experience significant recovery and life quality enhancements from stem cell treatments."
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Thousands with degenerative conditions classified as 'fit to work in future' – despite no possibility of improvement
Parkinson's and MS sufferers losing out on benefits - 23 October 2014
More than a third of people with degenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis are having their benefits slashed because the Department for Work and Pensions deems they will recover enough to look for work...
Steve Ford, Chief Executive at Parkinson’s UK, said: “These latest figures are an utter disgrace and serve to underline just how little the Government cares for those with progressive conditions like Parkinson’s. To set up a system which tells people who’ve had to give up work because of a debilitating, progressive condition that they’ll recover, is humiliating and nothing short of a farce.
“These nonsensical decisions are a prime example of how benefits assessors lack even the most basic levels of understanding of the conditions they are looking at.”...via
Until only recently, no treatment center in the world could boast a better than 50% chance of recovery from certain types of hearing disorders. But now, with significant advancements in stem cell treatment, there is significant hope for the deaf!
HEARING TREATMENT FINALLY AVAILABLE
Nobody understands the plight of the deaf, living their lives in silence when much of the world revolves around the generation of sound. Helen Keller said: “I have always thought it would be a blessing if each person could be blind and deaf for a few days during his early adult life. Darkness would make him appreciate sight; silence would teach him the joys of sound.”
Can stem cells grant hope to the person suffering from a hearing disorder? The miracle of granting hearing to the deaf has been an elusive foe for stem cell treatments. The results over the past ten years have been a coin toss. Until only recently, no treatment center in the world could boast a better than 50% chance of recovery from certain types of hearing disorders. But now, there has been a significant advancement and there is significant hope for the deaf!
"And in that day shall the deaf hear the words of the book, and the eyes of the blind shall see out of obscurity, and out of darkness." King James Bible - Isaiah 29:18
Perhaps you have a reason not to look into the benefits of stem cell treatments for the hearing disabled. If you believe lack of hearing is part of your identity and culture, then we extend our respect and wish you well. But if you are afraid of the unknown or uncertain of what stem cells can do for you, then reach out to the Repair Stem Cell Institute for information and education. Stem cells are the healing power we all have within ourselves so if you truly want to recover, heed these words:
“Authentic treachery is found when we abandon ourselves, becoming deaf to the whispers of our spirits and blind to the powerful potential therein” - Jaquin Mariel Espinosa
The Repair Stem Cell Institute has worked with a number of treatment centers to develop a viable treatment protocol for patients suffering from hearing disorders. We are dedicated to your recovery and here to teach you the latest information about medical options for hearing disorders.
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New Piece of a Mysterious Channel
Researchers have nailed down yet another component of the mechanotransduction complex responsible for relaying signals from hair cells in the ear. - By Kerry Grens - November 25, 2014
For decades, scientists have been trying to pin down the channel in ears’ hair cells that converts mechanical energy from sound waves to an electrical message in the brain. Yet for all the work numerous labs have put toward identifying this so-called mechanotransduction channel, it has remained out of reach. Scientists have now identified another piece of the puzzle, a protein called TMIE that is essential for mechanotransduction and that localizes to just the right spot in the cell. Their results were published in Neuron last week (November 20).
“This new paper locks down that TMIE is involved in mechanotransduction,” said Peter Barr-Gillespie of Oregon Health & Science University who did not participate in the study. What remains unknown, however, is whether TMIE is an accessory to the pore-forming part of the channel or actually part of that elusive conductance pathway… via
The lungs are one of the body's most proactive organs in utilizing free circulating stem cells from the bloodstream. Until just recently the medical community has been reluctant to plant their feet firmly on the capabilities that certain lung stem cells have in regenerating lungs damaged by disease.
Science has finally discovered that the lungs may regenerate. Congrats science! Glad you could catch up. In the interest of good will and the hopes to save you some time (and some patients' lives), we would like to share some of the information we have derived from twelve years in the stem cell treatment field. Use it well.
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LUNG REGENERATION MECHANISM DISCOVERED
A research team led by Jackson Laboratory Professors Frank McKeon, Ph.D., and Wa Xian, Ph.D., reports on the role of certain lung stem cells in regenerating lungs damaged by disease.
"The idea that the lung can regenerate has been slow to take hold in the biomedical research community," McKeon says, "in part because of the steady decline that is seen in patients with severe lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (known as COPD) and pulmonary fibrosis."
Nevertheless, he notes, there are examples in humans that point to the existence of a robust system for lung regeneration. "Some survivors of acute respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS, for example, are able to recover near-normal lung function following significant destruction of lung tissue." via