Embryonic stem cell research debate.

I hope this will provide some good answers to the Embryonic stem cell research debate.

The author, recent photo 2012. Aged 91.

There were great expectations as these Embryonic stem cells were a big discovery about 14 years ago.

This discovery promised us a major shift in our ability to deal with difficult illnesses.

Unfortunately there have been many disappointments in spite of the huge amount of money spent on this research.

This stem cell research debate has posed many questions.

So far there has not been even one successful use of embryonic stem cells to cure or alleviate any illness.

However more recently attention has now moved over to another area of stem cell research, ADULT STEM CELLS.

Earlier attempts to use these adult stem cells caused researcher’s great difficulties and unfortunately this area of research was then unfortunately abandoned.

New discoveries.

Now things have changed and great progress is now being made using  adult stem cells.

As a result, this debate is now becoming old hat because most of the attention is now being directed to adult stem cells research.

The work of research scientist Christian Drapeau MSc, as seen below, is now having great success using a natural aquatic product.

This has been scientifically proven to release a large number of these adult stem cells into the blood stream and has now been patented.

Research scientist Chrtistian Drapeau.

Scientific tests show up to 25% increase in the number of stem cells in the blood stream.

We now know that the number of these cells in our blood stream is critical for our ability to overcome illness or injury.

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