Cutting Edge Treatment for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

What is Inflammatory Bowel Disease? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is an umbrella term used to describe chronic autoimmune disorders primarily affecting the gastrointestinal tract. Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis are the most prominent and well known examples, each of which can present life-altering difficulties to a patient’s quality of life. As of 2015, the CDC estimates that IBD affects upwards...

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Watch Now! interviews with Doug Spiel, M.D. & Duncan Ross, PH.D.

Dr Ed Park interviews Dr. Duncan Ross, founder and chief scientist of Kimera Labs. Dr. Ross explains the difficulties in safely and reliably producing a consistent exosome product. Dr. Ed Park interviews Dr. Douglas Spiel, interventional radiologist and pioneer in the use of exosomes in clinical practice.

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Packers TE Jimmy Graham embraces controversial treatment

This is a story in which elite-level sports meet the cutting edge of science, for better or worse. It’s neither an endorsement of anyone or anything, nor a cautionary tale. It’s simply a sign of the no-man’s land we’re in right now in the young science of biologics, and one NFL player’s decision to try an intriguing but unproven treatment...

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Stem Cells Are Enhancing Parkinson’s Treatment

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a chronic, degenerative neurological disorder that affects 1 in 100 people over the age of 60 – although some people are diagnosed younger. Recent research indicates that at least one million people in the U.S., and more than five million throughout the world, suffer from Parkinson’s. The disease is caused when the brain gradually stops producing...

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COPD: How Stem Cells and Exosomes Offer Hope

If you or a loved one are one of the 30 million Americans who suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), regenerative medicine such as stem cell therapy may offer hope for symptom relief – and it may help patients who haven’t responded to previous treatments, or who want to reduce their reliance on medications. Regenerative medicine, such as lung...

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Stem Cells May Be Key to Youth and Strength as We Age

Regenerative medicine, such as stem cell therapy is an exciting and emerging field because of stem cells potential to regenerate and repair tissue. Stem cell therapy is bringing relief to patients who suffer from joint pain and reduced mobility, autoimmune diseases, COPD, neurodegenerative diseases, even sexual dysfunction – but many scientists and doctors feel that we’ve only scratched the surface...

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The P-Shot and O-Shot’s Benefits for Older Adults

Sexual dysfunction can be an uncomfortable and embarrassing topic, however, there’s no reason to be ashamed. It’s actually quite common, especially after the age of 50, however it has nothing to do with age. Both men and women can suffer from sexual dysfunction for a variety of reasons, and in fact suffering from Erectile Dysfunction (or ED) can be a...

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Do Stem Cells Really Work?

Twenty years ago, if a doctor told you that there are cells present in your body that could not only self-replicate, but were capable of transforming into different types of cells to heal several different organs, tissues and joints throughout your body – would you have believed them? What may have seemed like science fiction years ago is the reality...

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5 Tips to Prevent Sports Injuries this Summer

It’s Summertime – families are outdoors, vacationing, hiking, swimming, playing sports, and if they’re not careful or listening to their bodies, unfortunately there may be injuries. Dr. Andrew Cosgarea, head team physician for Johns Hopkins University Department of Athletics, said “Sports injuries generally occur for two different reasons: trauma and overuse.” He provides five tips to prevent common injuries and...

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