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Woman grows nose tumor in spine after stem cell...
Clare Wilson over at the NewScientist has reported the case of a woman given an experimental stem cell treatment in Portugal for a spinal cord injury who later ...

Thousands of patients are spending millions of dollars right now on interventions violating multiple FDA perspectives mentioned in the various draft guidances. David – thanks for the interesting comments and questions. Can I advise a patient to take a therapy for which I have not seen any scientific evidence of efficacy just so they may “feel better”? No – especially when there are increased risks involved (such as cardiac disorders where operative stress may actually increase existing damage).

University of London @Richie – none of these reports show any statistically significant data to prove that any improvement seen is not simply spontaneous or due to other effects (exercise, other therapies) and they do not show how stem cells are purported to achieve a recovery. Those submitted to this blog will be posted at the sole discretion of the editor and may be edited for content. I have a personal copy of my health history and will keep that up as well.

I don´t really believe in the stem cell therapy for stroke patients. Very interesting, I just have begun to read. The FDA is responsible for assuring the safety and quality of foods and drugs in order to protect the public from harm, and whilst their decisions are often used to inform the wider public on the usefulness of therapeutics, their guidances are not helpful for the general public seeking information on “good and bad” clinics. To me it is no different to somebody being prescribe a mixture of different prescription drugs that have not been proven to be safe when taken by a particular individual person.

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Paul, Some of the Parkinson’s patients I talk with are asking why I want to get FDA approval when stem cell therapies do not need to be approved by the FDA.

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    You say your stem cell treatments gave you an improvement but I can guarantee that the clinic cannot show any data to support this nor how the therapeutic was responsible for improvement. Those submitted to this blog will be posted at the sole discretion of the editor and may be edited for content. Thanks Ritchie the article that you posted is very interesting for me.

    I wonder what you’re expecting from fat stem cells (MSCs) – a cure? No clinic has ever cured stroke damage using MSCs and fat stem cell clinics don’t even look for repair of damage (for obvious reasons). I think we both look at things differently because of our different situations and maybe we both are right or wrong – who knows. I know there is no evidence for this hope – only arguable case reports.

    To me both responses are similar but stem cell does not fill your body with a lot of potentially harmful chemical elements, it gives you something to help the body to try and repair itself the best it can. I really hope that MSCs could repair the damage after a stroke in the brain. But of course I know this is a big danger and a good chance for unseroius clinics to raise much money. In part I think they are just unbelievably slow in how they take steps on things, but that glacial slowness isn’t working to protect patients in the context of the warp-speed stem cell clinic world.

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