Stem cell research history.

The author, Eddie Mace, recent photo aged 91.

Stem cell research history is really quite a short one in terms of past events.

The important part of its history began in 1998 when the scientific team under Dr. James A. Thompson from University of Wisconsin isolated the first embryonic stem cells.

This historic event has opened up a huge investigation about these cells which was originally directed to EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS.

Up to date there has been over a billion dollars invested in research on embryonic stem cells unfortunately without any real breakthrough.

Earlier, some attention was directed to ADULT STEM CELLS without any success as the researchers were using the same techniques they were using on embryonic stem cells which didn’t work.

In more recent times due to the great difficulties experienced with embryonic stem cells more attention has now been directed to adult stem cells which is now experiencing a lot of success.

Unfortunately the success being achieved with these adult stem cells is very expensive and unfortunately because of their cost I don’t believe the current procedures will in the long term provide the answers we are looking for.

Christian Drapeau, MSc.

He has after several years of research found and isolated a natural product which has been scientifically proven to increase the stem cells circulating in our blood stream.

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The great thing about this product is its price, particularly when compared to other attempts to resolve this problem.

There is a great deal more information on this subject to be found here.

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This is proving to be a fascinating subject as I believe that this subject is going to have a huge impact on our future health.

Even the drug companies are now sitting up and taking notice.

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If you wish I will then get back to you and I hope to be able answer your questions.

I am 91 years old and this product I am sure will continue to help increase my continuing health happily into the future.

To your ongoing good health.

Eddie Mace.