Are you trying to understand how stem cells could help you? Wondering if you condition might be treatable with a stem cell therapy?
If so, it is imperative that you understand the basics of stem cells.
Before you can assess whether they can help you or if they could hurt you, you need to under what a stem cell is, the different stem cell types, how they are used medically, and the potential risks associated with treatment.
With all the confusing and conflicting information on the web, it is time that you get the simple, straightforward facts about stem cells.
What is Covered in the Stem Cell Fact Sheet?
This fact sheet is a short, powerful introduction to the key facts you need to know about stem cells. Written for the general public, it will help you understand both the opportunities and risks associated with stem cells.
The fact sheet covers:
- What types of stem cell exist?
- How are stem cells sourced?
- What are the differences between stem cell types? (Totipotent vs. Pluripotent vs. Multipotent)
- How are stem cells being used in medicine?
- What are the risks of stem cells?
- How does the FDA regulate stem cells?
Authorship of the Stem Cell Fact Sheet
This fact sheet was authored by Cade Hildreth, President of BioInformant, the first and only market research firm to specialize in the stem cell industry.
Cade is a world renowned expert on stem cells, recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Business Journal, Xconomy, and Vogue Magazine.
Most importantly, Cade is a stem cell patient.
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Because stem cells are a rapidly expanding area of medicine, we are confident you’ll find this guide to be an invaluable resource.
Disclaimer: This product is not an attempt to practice medicine or provide specific medical advice, and it should not be used to make a diagnosis or to replace or overrule a qualified health care provider’s judgment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.