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Is This Stem Cell Film the Most Controversial Documentary Ever?

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“Merola puts his money where his mouth is in the film by undergoing stem cell treatments at two unique facilities while giving his audience a front-row seat of what they could expect if they seek future treatment.” Tony Farmer Homestead Guru
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New research shows young muscle stem cells can improve adult muscle regeneration

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“We found that fetal MuSCs remodel their microenvironment by secreting specific proteins, and then examined whether that same microenvironment can encourage adult MuSCs to more efficiently generate new muscle. It does, which means that how adult MuSCs normally support muscle growth is not an intrinsic characteristic, but can be changed.” Matthew Tierney Scientists at Sanford Burnham
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A Pregnancy Souvenir: Cells That Are Not Your Own

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“In the 1990s, scientists found the first clues that cells from both sons and daughters can escape from the uterus and spread through a mother’s body. They called the phenomenon fetal microchimerism, after the chimera, a monster from Greek mythology that was part lion, goat and dragon.” Carl Zimmer New York Times
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Fetal Stem Cells and the Sports Heroes They Revitalized

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“We don’t use the word ‘fetal’ too much” Maynard Howe CEO, Stemedica Cell Technologies of San Diego
TIJUANA, Mexico — John Brodie decided he had nothing to lose. So did Gordie Howe, who was losing his will to live. READ MORE: USA TODAY

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