Lecture : What are stem cells? – Part 4 of 4 – What Are They Used For?

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How Stem Cells Are Used

Here is the stem cell coming out of the fog.

The magic fog of cryogenic storage where they have to be stored.

Fibrin Matrix

This is the fibrin matrix that we extract out of someone’s blood and make a spongy stuff out of it.

Pharmaceutical drugs work by clamping down on the immune cells


Lecture : What are stem cells? – Part 3 of 4 – What do stem cells do?

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These mesenchymal stem cells with their magic soup and those little vesicles that release the soup into the body and into the organ that’s damaged, etc.

What are these cells?

What is the outcome of this soup of cytokines that is released?

What Do Stem Cells Do?

1. Reduce Inflammation

Studies show that stem cells cause a massive reduction of inflammation.


Lecture : What are stem cells? – Part 2 of 4 – Where do they come from?

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There are three sources of stem cells.

  1. There are the embryonic stem cells, those stem cells that are part of a developing fetus. 
  2. There are the placental stem cells, which are the placenta and the umbilical cord.
  3. All of our adult organs have stem cells in them as well.


Lecture : What are stem cells? – Part 1 of 4 – Why are stem cells important?

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Hello everyone, I am Asher Milgrom, PhD, the CEO and Chief Science Officer of AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare. My specialty is biomedical sciences and we specialize here in Integrative Medicine and Regenerative Medicine.

We are privileged to be doing all sorts of very interesting research with stem cells and that’s the subject of this lecture.

New bio-medical scientific studies have recently discovered that stem cells can be used medically to recreate live healthy tissue to replace damaged or diseased tissue. In other words, instead of repairing a damaged liver, shoulder joint, or heart, imagine if you could simply create a new liver, shoulder joint or heart!

That is why there is so much popular “Buzz” about stem cells these days. Major universities all over the world are now involved in conducting scientific research on stem cells in order to discover more about these elemental cells and the way they function.

First things first…. Embryonic stem cells that are used for medical treatments are NOT part of a developing fetus or baby.

Rather these cells are derived from other embryonic tissues such as placenta, umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid. These tissues are routinely collected during the birth of a baby and destroyed (incinerated) immediately following the birth.

From a clinical perspective, fetal stem cells are NOT suitable for any therapeutic use, because they are very unstable and not safe for transplanting into patients.

Every cell in our body comes from the original stem cells that comprised the embryo we once were.

Everything starts with a sperm and egg, which fertilize each other by merging into a single cell thereby becoming the first stem cell from which our entire body will be created. At that point the merged cell starts dividing into 2 cells, then 4, 8, 16, 32 cells etc.

In these early stages, every one of these cells can become any cell in the human body.

 

Medical science has known for decades that stem cells can be found in almost all human tissues and organs and that they are critical participants in the process of how human bodies repair themselves and stay healthy. However, a new chapter was opened when scientists discovered that stem cells can be found in human embryos.

This breakthrough became even more important when laboratory experiments proved that stem cells can be grown in a laboratory, and can potentially be used to develop treatments for different medical conditions.

 

Studies Using Ozone and Ivermectin to Treat COVID-19

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Below are stories of recovery using ozone and Ivermectin to treat COVID-19. Nothing posted on this website regarding ozone or Ivermectin are proprietary or unique to our practice.

 

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The Science of Fractional Lasers

Dr. Milgrom – As you know, we have over 25 different types of lasers here with many different kinds of frequencies and many different types of geometries. What I mean by that is that the science of laser medicine is not just about the power and the frequency of the energy coming out of the laser but also the geometry of the beam itself.