Goverment & Stem Cell controll!! Published on Apr 26, 2019
"there is no mony in health, but there is plenty in illness"
" Adipose tissue contains 500 % more Stem cells than the bone marrow."
The David Knight Show
Published on Apr 26, 2019
Please watch on the above video
address from 29:47 min to 35:34 min, and 41:50 min - 43:45 min. , and then watch it from the beggining.
Lori Gregory and Dr. Kristin Comella, world-renowned expert on regenerative medicine using a patient’s own stem cells join to
talk about the federal government’s unprecedented attempt to regulate our bodies. This new treatment holds amazing potential, which is why government & industry want to control your body, your healthcare, your informed choice and your liberty.
On May 9th, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit at the request of the U.S. Food
and Drug Administration (FDA) against stem cell clinics currently performing surgical procedures involving autologous adipose tissue.
According to the FDA and the DOJ, even if this procedure is in the patient’s best interest and can improve their
quality of life, they are no longer legally allowed to undergo such treatment.
If the FDA prevails in its attempt to stop physicians in the United States from performing these life-changing stem cell procedures, the thousands of patients nationwide
who have benefitted from this holistic therapy will be the last to do so, and subsequent treatments will return to offshore clinics. This will greatly reduce the number of patients who can afford these kinds of life-changing therapies and will force autologous,
adipose stem cell treatments back into the dark ages.
How are stem cells harvested and used to help improve quality of life?
Cells are harvested from the tissues in your body. They are then relocated to areas of inflammation or damage to
help promote a healing response. The entire procedure is painless and simple, performed by highly skilled and trained physicians across the nation.
Stem cells can help patients suffering from orthopedic, degenerative, neurological, and autoimmune disorders.
"Congestive heart failure can also be treated with autologous Stem cell tecnology"
"hetrologous/genetically modified stem cell treatment, cost about $500.000,00/per treatment, and FDA is attmpting to streamline Stem cell treatments into their expensive
The David Knight Show Published on Apr 26, 2019 Lori Gregory and Dr. Kristin Comella, world-renowned expert on regenerative
medicine using a patient’s own stem cells join to talk about the federal government’s unprecedented attempt to regulate our bodies. This new treatment holds amazing potential, which is why government & industry want to control your body, your
healthcare, your informed choice and your liberty.
Stem Cells In Chronic Diseases | Roberta Shapiro | TEDxBeaconStreet; 11:41 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Jan 3, 2018 Growing incidence of autoimmune diseases in our societies demands better understanding and treatment. Is there a role for regenerative therapies and if so, how do we discern and define this? What is safe? What is not safe? What brought me to my opinions and thus my approach to healing? My own story of evolution and growth, my own suffering with severe CNS Lyme Disease colored my reality with my patients. How can I then educate and heal more effectively? Dr. Shapiro received her undergraduate degree from George Washington University in 1981 and her Osteopathic Medical degree from Southeastern College of Medicine in 1987. She went on to complete an Internship at Brookdale Hospital in New York in June 1987. She completed a Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in June 1992 also in New York. She completed an additional year as a Fellow in Pediatric Rehabilitation in 1993 at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. For the next two years she served as Associate Director of the Myofascial Pain Program and Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, an affiliate of Yale University Medical Center. During this time, she became Assistant Clinical Professor in the Departments of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Pediatrics at Albert Einstein. She is currently Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University Medical Center in the Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicines.. Dr. Shapiro was Chair of the Myofascial Special Interest Group for the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and has remained active in creating legislation regarding proper treatment and billing regulations for this entity. In January 1996, Dr. Shapiro opened a private practice in New York City. She has lectured widely on Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes as well as autoimmune diseases associated with inflammatory conditions both nationally and internationally. Her greatest passion is problem solving in the field of chronic conditions and the application of regenerative therapies for such. She has appeared on FOX Cable network and Lifetime. Dr. Shapiro is also one of six contributors to the revision of Volume I of Travell & Simons’ text on Myofascial Pain & Dysfunction, published in 1999. She has worked on an independent workshop series on Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes and remains an active participant in the international field of regenerative medicine, stem cell therapies and the treatment of chronic inflammatory conditions. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at - Jack Forbes 1 year ago Like it overall. Where did you go to get your therapy??? I'm guessing outside of the u.s?? I have MS and it would have been nice to hear other countries that are advanced in this area. I'm pretty sure at some point with stem cells and nano technology they'll be curing a lot of people but highly doubtful it'll happen in the U.S.. so next time don't be afraid to say what countries are leading the way in this stuff because everyone in the U.S knows it's not us!! Which is sad we are the last major power that doesn't give it's people health care nor are we leading or even close to it in our care in America. Until you get sick and see what a scam the health care system is in this country you think you have it great. Ignorance is truly Bliss. - Ce She 1 year ago Thank you Dr.R.Shapiro. It’s great that you’ve decided to publicly discuss your personal experience as well as educate us regarding amniotic fluid. I’m doing very very well after 4 treatments of amniotic injection on my degenerative Disc disorder (DDD) in my C5C6C7. Correcting & healing my Cervical DDD have helped alleviate me from neck arthritic pains as well as eliminated one of many triggers of my chronic migraine. More success to you in your endeavor. Your talent, and genuine interest in finding right remedies to help people are greatly appreciated. Salamat Po!Cecilia S. (68 yrs old) -
The future of regenerative medicine | Clemens van Blitterswijk | TEDxMaastricht; 14:50 min. (11,237 views )
Published on Dec 4, 2017 Clemens van Blitterswijk doesn’t get weighed down with scientific jargon and details. He connects with the audience by using charisma and analogies to explain to us the future of regenerative medicine. Blitterswijk is a renowned name in the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine field due to his unique multidisciplinary approach. He is one of the most frequently cited Dutch scientists in Materials Sciences, the applicant and co-appli¬cant of over 100 patents and has co-founded multiple biomedical companies. Today, he combines his Professorship at Maastricht University with a Founding Partnership of the new LSP-Health Economics Fund (LSP-HEF) of the European healthcare investment group Life Sciences Partners (LSP). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
R M 4 months ago I can't believe regeneration and ultrasound aren't the primary targets of all the charities in the world right now. If you can look inside and see a failing organ (cheaply!) and then replace/repair it, job done, everything is cured. Ok, some cancers and blood diseases would still be a problem, but the big killers would take a major hit, and you could eventually just print a new body and transplant the patient's brain. Instead we're focused on improving childhood mortality in third world countries and feeding the homeless, which, while these are noble efforts, they generate even more people to stand in line for dialysis. The poor and the homeless are not on track to become scientists and engineers who will solve the scarcity problem. They're going to still be having broods of starving children. Reversible voluntary male sterilization would be another valuable target, not feeding them (i.e., giving money to their dictator).
Promises and Dangers of Stem Cell Therapies | Daniel Kota | TEDxBrookings; 12:38 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Nov 28, 2017 Stem cell treatments offer great hope for millions of people worldwide. In this vision-casting talk, Dr. Daniel Kota argues that it is time to bridge the gap between stem cell science and society. A better understanding of the benefits and risks of stem cell will help patients and scientists alike. Dr. Daniel Kota is a scientist at Sanford Research whose program focuses on cellular therapy and stem cell biology. Native of Brazil, Dr. Kota received his PhD in medical sciences and completed a postdoctoral training in neurotrauma while unlocking the therapeutic properties of adult stem cells across the USA at the Burnham Institute, Tulane University, Texas A&M University and the University of Texas.
Dr. Kota has a passion for translational science and his work establishes a paradigm shift in the way we view adult stem cells and how we can use them to treat diseases. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx - michael wright 3 months ago I agree with what basically everyone is saying. I've published a video on my channel about stem cells and doing that involved several researches about stem cells therapy. They work. They are proven to work and people with diseases that were incurable have finally a hope! - Victor Lopez 1 month ago Stem cells work ofcourse the government doesn't want people to know benefits unless they are making money like the big drug companies who care more of money than peoples health - MrMexBiker 1 year ago You are a pathetic apologist for big pharma and traditional medicine. You have the audacity to say stem cell treatment not approved by the FDA? Since when is an FDA approved epilepsy drug, neurontin, good for peripheral neuropathy? It's not and addictive. You do nothing for neuropathy but give addictive drugs as patients get worse. How ridiculous to make fun of the obvious - a stem cell facelift? Look at your sponsors at the beginning of this video. Think they want to see people helped by stem cell treatment? Neurologists did not help me. Refused the drugs you pushed for short term relief in favor of a more holistic approach. It worked. Nothing else did. You do nothing but get paid to keep people on drugs, braces, prosthetics, and wheel chairs. Shameful. - Bronwyn Doyle 3 months ago Nah. This guy is a bullshitter. The proof is in the pudding. People have commented here that they have had stem cell therapy and it has put them back on track. Sounds like the pharmaceutical companies are getting worried.......sales of pain medications could nose-dive. Good! - Verica Cvetkovic 3 months ago (edited) I live in Malaysia as an expat. I had a terrible pain in my knees esp at night from 1st stage osteoartritis. I ruined my stomach with anti inflammatories n painkillers. A friend had a stem cell transplant for her knee and was very happy with it. So i had it too at 62. It was cells from an umbilical cord. My surgeon told me it might not work at all, or it might work so so or it might be miraculous. Nobody knows why it is so. The cells go where they are needed. My rt shoulder was healed completely the same day from an unbearable pain. My left knee took 8 months to heal completely n my rt knee stopped hurting at night but it still hurt during d day. That was ok as long as i could sleep at night. It cost me abt USD3,500 plus d drs fee for injecting me. - Vahso 1 year ago Do NOT listen to this paid pharma/FDA Shill!!! My retrieval of adipose tissue, at 76% active stem cells, was put into my daughter with ASD. Almost, instantly we saw a change! We are still in the process(2 days), but are seeing great simple changes. This guy has no Data, nor does he have the right to make it on TED as an expert. He is so concerned about “testing”, of different stem cells, how about starting at the lack of testing of vaccines!! Why is ok to inject MRC-5, monkey kidney cells, aluminum, Formaldehyde, Polysorbate 80, bovine protein, etc into a newborn baby with ZERO testing?!! Where is the placebo testing on vaccines? Or the combination series of the current schedule via CDC?? These scientists are paid and bought. Stems cells will put Pharma out of business!!! - Jimbo Jones 6 months ago And chemotherapy has no side effects does it ? - Mary M 7 months ago He didn't say stem cells don't work. Apart from a warning about embryonic stem cells (that are known for causing tumor when injected) he is only saying that while the FDA doesn't approve of a treatment there can still be risk associated to stem cells, as in fact there are some horror stories out there. Science is a very slow intricated process. And we can't be sure of the results long term because everything is still pretty recent and new. In the US, if you are not 100% sure of how things work and can't be sure of the consequences, the government can't legalize it. Imagine all the lawsuits that there would be in case something goes wrong. Now, there are CLINICAL TRIALS available. But not therapies. There is a difference. My recommendation: search online for university hospitals and see what clinical trials are available to the public. Contact a scientist from a university that studies what you are looking for. In a clinical trial you're at own risk, but there are a lot of promise, indeed. One last thing, people has no idea but believe me when I say that the immense majority of scientists are paid very poorly despite all the years working towards their degrees (around 42-57k year). Pharma companies employ their own scientists so they don't go around paying university scientists. I'm almost sure that isn't even legal or possible. - Catalyst - D B 8 months ago I agree that there should be caution with what stem cells you are working with for the problem you desire to fix and it’s unfortunate that the stem cells turned into different things for those people the guy talked about. But I still firmly believe that big pharmaceuticals are not friends. They and the CDC and WHO and FDA are not helpful enough and are rather well established enemies who only help enough to maintain good reputation. So I say more emphasis and effort and money and freedom should go onto stem cell research and legalization. It needs to be fast to punish the FDA and their associates for their sluggish and shallow reputation oriented “help”. - Camelia Hudson 1 year ago Well, dear "scientist", with attitudes like yours there won't be any progress in medicine. How long do we need to "do research" in order to have the less invasive treatments which so far have shown the best results? In my opinion scientists like yourself are resilient in using this type of technology as you won't be able to practice your old fashion techniques. - Ralphie McSkagaway 5 months ago It's easy for a young healthy guy who's a "scientist" to say wait. If you're living with intolerable levels of pain, you think "well it can't get worse than this, so what do I have to lose." I have had only one full night's sleep in the last month. What typically happens is, I have to be completely doped up and wait for sheer exhaustion to outrun the pain that still exists even on impossibly high doses of medicine. Conventional medicine has done nothing but make me poorer and sicker for the last twenty years. If you talk to the people actually getting stem cell therapy from Wharton's jelly stem cells, you'll hear "miracle" stories. I don't accuse you of being on the payroll of of Big PH, but I do think you're completely inside the research bubble which has a sort of finger wagging view of every modality that they haven't checked out themselves. Don't just give us scary stories, go and check it out, Mr. Scientist.
Mass Producing Stem Cells: Manufacturing But Not As You Know It | Karen Coopman | TEDxLoughborough; 17:30 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Aug 27, 2015 Traditional drugs often don’t provide a cure but simply hide the symptoms of a disease or injury. Regenerative medicine overcomes this by replacing or regenerating cells, tissue or organs in order to help the body fix its self and regain normal function. In this way we have the potential to treat a wide range of different conditions from spinal cord injury through to diabetes. However, many of these treatments rely on us being able to grow large numbers of stem cells and that is easier said than done. Join Dr. Karen Coopman as she talks about how stem cell based therapies are actually made and some of the progress being made towards their mass production.
With a background in pharmacology Karen has always had an interest in healthcare and in 2008 was appointed to a lectureship at Loughborough University within the Department of Chemical Engineering. The overarching theme of Karen’s research is the manufacture of cellular therapies. The ultimate aim is to generate a viable stem cell bioprocess such that clinically relevant cell numbers can be generated whilst ensuring product potency, purity and safety. Developing scalable systems for stem cell growth and improving methods of cell preservation are the current focus of the group. Outside of the University, Karen is also a member of the EPSRC Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research, is on the Steering Group of the Bioprocessing Research Industry Club and is the meetings secretary for ESACT-UK, the UK Society for Cell Culture Biotechnology. - You wanna know how to mass produce stem cells for yourself....fasting. There a solution in 0.3 of a second.
Stem cell therapy -- beyond the headlines: Timothy Henry at TEDxGrandForks; 17:53 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Mar 17, 2014 There is considerable excitement about the use of stem cells for cardiovascular disease. Stem cells are unspecialized cells with the unique property to self-renew or make copies of themselves and to differentiate into specialized cells. The goal of stem cell therapy is to enhance the body's natural process of regeneration. There are a considerable number of stem cells currently under investigation for patients with heart attacks, angina, heart failure, and peripheral arterial disease. We have made considerable progress but have many questions left to answer.
Timothy Henry, MD, FACC, is Chief of Cardiology at Cedars Sinai Heart Institute in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Henry earned his bachelor's degree at the University of North Dakota, graduated from medical school at University of California, San Francisco, in 1982, and was chief medicine resident from 1982--1986 at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He completed his training as a cardiology fellow, chief cardiology fellow, and interventional cardiology fellow at University of Minnesota in 1991. His research interests include interventional cardiology, acute myocardial infarction and novel therapies, including stem cell and gene therapy, for patients who are not candidates for standard revascularization techniques.
Dr. Henry has published over 250 manuscripts and book chapters and has served on the Research Committee for the Minnesota Affiliate of the AHA and the Emergency Care Committee for the ACC; he currently serves on the Advisory Committee for the AHA Mission: Lifeline Program, the AHA Acute Cardiac Care Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology and on the ACC Interventional Subcommittee. He has served as national principal investigator of multiple large, multicenter trials in acute coronary syndromes, myocardial infarction and angiogenesis including several ongoing cardiovascular stem cell trials including RENEW, ALLSTAR and ATHENA. He is also principal investigator for 1 of 7 NIH Clinical Cardiovascular Stem Cell Centers. He is a fellow at ACC and SCAI and a member of Alpha Omega Alpha and the AHA Council on Clinical Cardiology.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) - Sandy Libling 1 year ago My husband didn't want a knee replacement, A doctor at St Vincents in Sydney has rebuilt his cartilage and meniscus using stem cells and he no longer needs a knee replacement. - Dr. Paul Anstey 8 months ago There is a difference between embryonic stem cells and fetal stem cells...why is it that this Doc did not discuss this? Embryonic stem cells are known to cause Teratomas....fetal stem cells seem to be where the best results can come from. Sadly this is controversial in the USA. So we are behind the times here in the USA i.t.o. this research. Amazing being that we believe we are the greatest country in the world . The "corporates" control a lot. Very unfortunate. "The con is on...." - Edo Gelbard 4 years ago I think the presenter, although he is a cardiac surgeon, is a little confused or simply did not do sufficient research into the nuts and bolts of stem cell technology. To put it plainly: it is not a good idea to extract mesenchymal stem cells and keep them in culture for an extended period of time, for the exact same reasons that he stated, later generations don't differentiate as well. Also, this adds the risk of contamination to your samples--> the lab is not as safe for your stem cells as your body is. Genetic, chromosomal, and epigenetic aberration can also be an issue as it has been in old embryonic cell lines, though less likely, but still an issue.
Advances in iPSC technology has made these cells far safer for use by improved reprogramming and purification procedures such as flow cytometry, induced factors, etc. possibly eliminating the need for the use of adult stem cells, much less keep them on the shelf, and also, since these cells are induced into a pluripotent state, age is not a limiting factor in their potential for use, since iPSC's from an old patient behave in much the same way as those induced from a young patient. Nonetheless, Adult stem cells, especially marrow derived mesenchymal cells are what these people are familiar with because of their use in past years in a variety of clinical trials. However, though results are promising there have been some bad hiccups, such as in the use of olfactory epithelial fibroblasts, and there is idiosyncrasy between patients in terms of how these cells behave and differentiate which can not be well predicted or controlled, even when using induction factors or purification steps, limiting their potential for use. Lastly, they're limited in number and can obly divide for a limited number of generations before differentiating.
Simply put; iPSC's are the future... not only for tissue replacement but for whole organ replacement. Stay tuned. - 75hilmar 7 months ago I just can't believe that this is not more commonly known! - Kate Kaiser 3 years ago I'm sorry but I disagree with stem cell therapy! I believe it will only benefit the wealthy! I don't believe that this treatment will end up treating you, me or our neighbors. They will move to strictly using embryonic and fetal stem cells. I bet these cells will be harvested from the poor, and will be given to the rich. They will probably use abortions as a means to obtain stem cells if they aren't already doing that. Poor people are having abortions at far greater rates than the wealthy. How are they obtaining the embryos for their studies? I'm sorry but this "lecture" leaves a lot of question unanswered. I get that people want to live longer higher quality lives, but we got to think this through! I believe only a few will benefit from such research and it will be at the cost of many. Mark my words they will move on from harvesting stem cells from embryos to harvesting from fetuses. The will make the same argument that a fetus isn't a living person. If the embryos and fetuses aren't living, why do the need these "specimens" alive in order to do their experiments. Humans don't suddenly become alive when you are born from the loins of your mother, you are alive the moment you are conceived! No matter the method of conception! Soon we will be farming aborted fetuses, if we aren't already! It will be patented technology; The Abortus! A sub human life form! Brought to life just to be killed. You don't have to be religious to know this is evil! Wake up people! a If my presumptions are wrong please stir me in the right direction. - Isa Valtary 1 year ago so i watched like100 videos on youtube about stemcell . But i didnt get my answer . Please ppl anyone have done stemcell t . For amd macular . I wanna know if it works or not ? Im losing my vision . Could someone with arel exp tell me the true . Is it just an snake oil thing or is it workss ? - John Bates 9 months ago This is a very biased view of where things are in stem cell therapy and certainly where they were in 2014. Reports of the benefits of stem cell therapy have been shown to be so bad, so contradictory that it leaves only one conclusion, lying and outrageous lying is at the core of this business .. because that what it’s about .. it’s a business .. it’s about money and lots of money. Stem cell therapy will come of age in many different areas, but we need to be hyper vigilant to stop the crooks from hi jacking it and misrepresenting it. All power to the regulatory bodies who keep this under control and keep it honest, not least also by the declaration of a vested interest amongst the ‘optimistic’ scientific communicators in this field. - Nursingstudent.2012 2 years ago Stem cell therapy; could not be made any clearer than in this video that it is the future of therapy for diseases and illnesses. Do I agree with abortion? No. But since that is legal in the world today, I think embryonic stem cell research could lead this country into the future of medicine. How did we get where we are at today with medicine? Research. There is no other way to do other than trial and error and research. Stem cells are the starting unit for every organ in our bodies and therefore the most important aspect of researching for future uses. Imagine having a chronic disease, like Cystic fibrosis. The lungs degenerate over time and eventually become useless. Then imagine if stem cell therapy was found to cure this disease that takes thousands of lives each year. But was only found due to embryonic research? If diseases could be cured and illnesses could be beat because of stem cell therapy and research using embryonic stem cells, than I would choose yes. The outcome of these trials would be greater than the action done to get to the end.
The golden era of stem cell discoveries: Una Riekstina at TEDxRiga 2013; 13:59 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Jul 17, 2013 Una Riekstina is dedicating her life in the stem cell research. She got her PhD at Karolinska Institutet, in Stockholm. Currently she is Asoc. Professor and leading researcher at the Faculty of Medicine of University of Latvia. Una is a coauthor of 17 international research articles and 12 local research and popular science articles. She is a recipient of prestigious L'Oréal Latvia grant for Women in Science in year 2010. In her speech Una explains that adult stem cells are our body's natural resource that renews the body lifelong. Stem cell research helps to find out ways how to use stem cells to cure diseases like heart attack, diabetes, lost vision and autoimmune diseases. Adult stem cells are the medicines of tomorrow that will improve the quality of life for many people yet they are not the panacea for all diseases. - Castielle Winchester 5 years ago I don't think her discovery alone is Nobel-worthy - she did give a good overview of the absolute basics of Stem Cell Biology, and some of the established facts that are usually taught to students of Regenerative Medicine. A Nobel-worthy discovery would be much more pivotal than her mere addition of one fact - that she has found a way to make the differential potential of adult stem cells better, almost as much as embryonic stem cells.
Bringing a New Stem Cell Treatment to Cancer Patients: Dr. Karen Aboody, M.D. at TEDxAJU; 17:16 min.
TEDx Talks Published on May 18, 2013 Dr. Aboody is an Associate Professor both in the Department of Neurosciences and Division of Neurosurgery at City of Hope.
Her research focuses on using stem cells to treat cancer, brain tumors in particular. She founded biotech company TheraBiologics, inc., which develops "cancer targeted drug delivery," to use entrepreneurship as a means by which to overcome the barriers to scientific progress. -
From Stem Cells to Beta Cells: Maike Sander, M.D. at TEDxDelMar; 18:19 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Apr 25, 2012 Our theme for TEDxDelMar 2011 was "A Search For A Cure". In this video, Dr. Sander gives us her talk entitled "From Stem Cells to Beta Cells". -
TEDxPhoenix - Jane Maienschein - Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine and Us; 16:29 min.
TEDx Talks Published on Jul 8, 2010 TEDxPhoenix 2009 presents Dr. Jane Maienschein, Professor of Biology, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University. - phantomcreamer 4 years ago There are no Gods, only greasy self-serving politicians.