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Thursday, December 4, 2008

New Genetic Partnership to Study Stem Cells

Our function as one of the premiere health blogs in the world is to notify you of new developments in the field of health, supplements, medicine and nutrition. We have one singular goal, and that is to prolong your life and make your life more comfortable. We have recently learned that Cryo-Cell has a research partnership with the National Institutes of Health. They will be studying treatments for breast cancer that use stem cells collected from women of childbearing age. Treating Diseases with stem cells is the latest advance in the field of genetics. We have seen great strides in recent years but now we have seen the most amazing advance yet known to medicine. The use of stem cells from cord blood is thought to provide the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center with a rich opportunity to discover cures for disease. This historic research partnership will launch an exploratory study to see if stem cells collected from young women can help fight breast cancer. Furthermore, this study is slated to include certain tests done by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). This is a state of the art technique that is known as non-invasive imaging. Cryo-Cell’s partnership with the prestigious NIH is a giant leap forward for medicine and has a good chance of finding meaningful methods of dealing with disease, especially breast cancer. We wish them luck with their forthcoming study.

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