technofuture8 t1_jdcw0hp wrote


technofuture8 t1_j3g2ngx wrote

Hey OP ever heard of exosomes? I need information from you so answer this question, are you rich enough to afford a $20,000 stem cell treatment for which you would have to travel to Mexico for?

Umbilical mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can regenerate the body, these are mesenchymal stem cells that are harvested from a fresh healthy umbilical cord. You know who Mel Gibson is? Joe Rogan interviewed Mel Gibson back in 2018 because Mel Gibson flew his dying father down to Panama where it's legal to get injected with umbilical cord MSCs. Here just watch this. This is just the first 10 minutes of the interview the whole thing is on Spotify because Joe Rogan moved his show over there.

So what are exosomes, stem cells secrete exosomes, it's the exosomes that signal the body to heal itself. In fact every cell in your body is secreting exosomes into the bloodstream, it's one of the ways cells use to communicate with each other. Scientific American did an excellent job on explaining what exosomes are check it out?

If you're hurting on money then it's cheaper to get exosomes and you can get exosomes here in the USA. I'm talking about exosomes that are collected from mesenchymal stem cells. I know of a company in the USA that sells very high quality exosomes.


technofuture8 OP t1_ixv9prn wrote

Did you know that mesenchymal stem cells are currently going through clinical trials for graft vs host disease? MSCs can literally modulate the immune system. This company right here is pioneering MSCs created from induced pluripotent stem cells and they've already conducted a phase 1 trial for graft vs host disease using their IPSC derived MSCs, and the results were amazing. At the two year mark 60% of the patients who received the MSCs were still alive, compared to, usually only 17% would be still be alive when treated with the standard of care.


What I said was correct. MSCs don't have to be donor matched. Allogeneic MSCs have been administered to thousands of people at this point. For those who are wondering allogeneic means "not from self".


technofuture8 OP t1_iwjnrna wrote

Fingers crossed. They also hope this will cure the bowel and bladder problems too, as I believe that the surgery alone doesn't do much for the incontinence?


technofuture8 OP t1_iwjhe5o wrote

The scientist in either the youtube vids or the podcast said that the baby was expected to be born paralyzed but it came out kicking it's legs and wiggling it's toes. Anyhow they're going to treat 35 babies so we'll see how they turn out. Hopefully it's world changing.