Science news used to attract a lot of attention for me.
Scientific discoveries are now becoming so common we are inclined to become very indifferent about them.
However some of us have special interests in science which we like to follow.
I find a great deal of pleasure following up on medical discoveries particularly since STEM CELLS are now hitting the headlines.
For over 10 years there has been a great deal of curiosity following the huge effort being spent on EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS.
However this has only led to a great deal of disappointment because the effort which has been put into this area of research has gone nowhere.
This has been a major research area and has been a great disappointment, particularly in view of the great hopes which had been created and the vast sums of money which had been invested in this area.
However all is not lost, great progress achieved is now being made using ADULT STEM CELLS.
Luckily science covers a wide field and now great progress is now being made in an area of stem cell research which for many years had been abandoned.
Already we are seeing considerable progress with several disabilities and illnesses which are responding to the great progress now being made using these adult stem cells.
Here is a recent report from the “Us News and World Report”.
“To date, most of the stem cell triumphs the public hears about, involve adult stem cells. We’ve just recently seen separate research reports of patients with spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis benefiting from adult stem cell therapy”.
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THIS IS GREAT NEWS.
Another area of science news which I find very interesting is the work of scientist Christian Drapeau. MSc, who after several years of research isolated some interesting components from an aquatic botanical, abbreviated (AFA).
This has now been scientifically proven to increase the stem cells in the body by up to 25%.
This is a major scientific discovery as it enables the body itself to effectively carry out repairs.
If you find this interesting I suggest you
leave science news-go to stem cell miracles
I hope this has been of help.