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I just read about a stem cell therapy of rabbit fetus offered by European practitioners who claim that "rabbit fetal precursor stem cells" are effective in treating conditions like autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy and aging. In the US, and in most countries, this therapy is illegal because its effectiveness is unproven and it could be potentially dangerous.

I am sure that desperately ill people will be willing to give this unproven treatment a try despite the potential danger.

Fortunately for us there are adult stem cell therapies, like bone marrow stem cells, that have been proven to be effective in treating leukemia and other types of cancer, as well as various blood disorders.

Another exciting and potentially effective adult stem cell therapy may come from menstrual blood. A 'Stem Cells and Development' article called Menstrual Blood Cells Display Stem Cell–Like Phenotypic Markers and Exert Neuroprotection Following Transplantation in Experimental Stroke, suggests that cells derived from menstrual blood may be a source of “individually tailored” donor cells that completely match female transplant recipients.

Another important aspect of stem cell derived from menstrual blood is that it exhibits "embryonic-like stem cell phenotypic markers (Oct4, SSEA, Nanog), and when grown in appropriate conditioned media, express neuronal phenotypic markers (Nestin, MAP2)".

Menstrual blood-derived stem cells that were transplanted in ischemic stroke induced adult rats, show that the neurostructural and behavioral benefits may support their use as a stem cell source for cell therapy in stroke.

With such demonstrable potential in menstrual blood-derived stem cell therapy, a company is offering a service called Célle to preserve, in their state of the art laboratory, a woman's menstrual blood that can be used for stem cell therapy if and when the need arises.

Presently, Célle is being offered at a $100 discount on the $499 retail price with a special limited time offer for collection, processing, testing and 1st year storage at $399, when you use coupon code CLSTR.

You can read more about C'elle in 'Medical News Today' and the potential benefits of stem cells derived from menstrual blood and how it may benefit in the treatment of stroke victims.


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