Current Stem Cell Practices and Future Benefits
The potential benefits of stem cell therapy continue to expand. For decades stem cell therapy has been the standard of care for many blood cancers and hematological disorders. There are over 70 uses for stem cell therapy and stem cell transplants have been performed safely in the U.S. for over 40 years.
Currently, there are over 2,000 U.S. Clinical Trials using adult stem cell therapies, indicating that an individual’s own stem cells have a significant capability for growth, repair, and regeneration of damaged tissue and cells in the body.
Take Control of Your Healthcare Future
● It’s estimated that 1 in 3 people may benefit from regenerative medicine therapy for a range of illnesses, including:
► cerebral palsy,
► spinal cord injury
► type 1 diabetes.1
● The earlier you collect your stem cells the more powerful your immune system will be if you need it in the future.2
● Patients who have collected their adult stem cells and were
treated with them have experienced improved response rates
and better overall survival compared to standard medical treatment alone.3
● Taking time to store your stem cells today could save you
months of treatment time, reduce your overall treatment cost,
and add years of healthy living to your life.
Your Growing Out-of-Pocket Cost of Disease Treatment
● A Harvard School of Public Health study shows over a quarter of all cancer patients spend their life savings on treatment.4
● A New York Times article reports the cost of new cancer drugs have risen more than 222 percent over the last decade.4
● The American Diabetes Association reports the cost of treating diabetes rose 41% over the last five years.5
● A 65-year-old couple would need to have $240,000 in savings to pay for out-of pocket health-care costs in retirement.6
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For those of you who are thinking about testing your immune system, or having your stem cells banked for future use, I'd invite you to come and take a tour of our Institute and on-site cryobank. Anything that I can do to educate you further about your immune system and cancer, I'd be more than happy to do. Please email email@example.com or call my office at 561-752-5522 and speak with a member of our team.
In addition, I will be hosting a stem cell educational webinar this Wednesday April 9th at 4pm Eastern Time. You can register for the free webinar by clicking here. This month's topic will be Stem Cells, Aging, and the Immune System.
Our immune system is the key to unlocking the body's ability to heal itself. I appreciate each and everyone of you participating in our educational series. As always continue in your journey of health extension and discovery, and find the happiness that you deserve.
Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj M.D., FACP,
South Florida Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Institute
P.S. - If you are interested in our FDA Phase I/II clinical trial for solid tumor cancers please watch the videos at the end of this email, call our office at 561-752-5522, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1. Harris DT. Cord blood stem cells: a review of potential neurological applications. Stem Cell
Rev. 2008;4:269-274. Epub August 5, 2008.
2. Pawlec G, Larbi A., “Immunity and Ageing in Man” Experimental Gerontology 43 (2008) 34-38.
3. Attal M, et. al. A Prospective, Randomized Trial of Autologous Bone Marrow Transplantation
and Chemotherapy in Multiple Myeloma. N Engl J Med 1996; 335:91-97.
4. Bach P., et al. In Cancer Care, Cost Matters. The New York Times. Oct. 14, 2012
5. American Diabetes Association. Economic costs of diabetes in the U.S. in 2012. Diabetes
6. Fidelity® Estimates Couples Retiring In 2012 Will Need $240,000 To Pay Medical Expenses
Throughout Retirement. Published May 9, 2012.