We have fighting cancer from the top down. We should be killing the cancer stem cells. That is real target. The standard treatment has been shrinking tumor with chemotherapy and radiation. The cancer stem cells are about 1-3% of the tumor. In theory if you kill the cancer stem cells you are killing all cancers. You are killing the daughter cells before they cause different types of cancer.
This accessibly written book explores the different types of stem cells, their current and potential future medical applications, and the many controversies that surround their creation and use.
• Offers additional and updated information since the first edition, including expanded coverage of popularly contested topics such as weight loss medications and genetic contributors to obesity
• Examines key issues related to obesity, such as whether or not someone can be healthy and obese
• Highlights key ideas and debates discussed in the book through illuminating case studies that use engaging real-world scenarios
• Provides readers with a helpful Directory of Resources to guide their search for additional information
Stem cell therapy is a complicated field―one that usually overwhelms patients seeking treatment for chronic pain that they can’t solve through medication or other forms of therapy. But before those patients look toward surgery to try and mend their ailments, Dr. Naota Hashimoto, Dr. Suhyun An, and Dr. Bohdan Olesnicky hope to provide another option in Demystifying Stem Cells: A Real-Life Approach to Regenerative Medicine.
In this book, you’ll learn all about how regenerative medicine is the future of healthcare―an innovative and incredibly powerful new treatment that can get you back on your feet from long-term injuries or chronic pain. You’ll understand how stem cell therapy works and if you are a candidate for treatment.
The longer you suffer from a worsening health condition, the less likely you are to achieve optimal results from regenerative medicine―so don’t hesitate to learn more about stem cell therapy or growth factor treatments. Doing something is always better than doing nothing when it comes to your future health.