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23 Aug 2018

P-53 Protein, a Natural Sentry

What few people understand is that, as cells age, some of them degenerate into a population of poorly functioning senescent cells that accumulate throughout our body. There is no value to retaining these lingering senile cells.

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13 Aug 2018

Parathyroid Hormone

We are constantly looking for ways to increase the stem cell output from bone marrow. We know all too well that most of the regenerative cells that we inject into the joint typically survive for only a short period of time.  Their release of growth factors is what gives

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02 Aug 2018

NAD The Secret of Life and Anti-Aging

What can help increase longevity? We increase longevity by giving the cells more energy, increasing their telomere length, boosting the immune system, repairing DNA, and stimulating certain genes which foster longevity.

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01 May 2018

Telomeres, the Fountain of Youth

Short telomeres are associated with many different diseases ranging from cancer, osteoarthritis, diabetes, and many neurological conditions. Some of these neurological conditions may include Alzheimer’s Disease which is one of the scourges of

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20 Mar 2018

Is All Fat Created Equal?

Fat is a very popular treatment modality in Regenerative Medicine. There have been many articles written about fat, some condemning it as being far inferior to bone marrow aspirate while others give it the highest praise. The real question is, "Where does fat

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02 Jan 2018

Cannabinoids (Marijuana)

Bone marrow and stem cells make endocannabinoids that interact with the cannabinoid receptors found in nearly every cell in the human body. If cannabinoids can enhance stem cell migration and proliferation, this could be a powerful therapy.

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05 Dec 2017

Nitric Oxide

Nitric oxide (NO) can act as a stimulator of stem cell proliferation and it has a critical role in analgesia, vasodilation, neuromodulation, angiogenesis and our immune system. It also has a long-term effect on memory in the brain.

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13 Nov 2017

Anti-Aging and Stem Cells

There has recently been a spate of scientific articles and a buzz on the internet about the use of stem cell therapy for “anti-aging” treatments. This is something we have been involved with for some time now, including the youthful regeneration of aging tissues.

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26 Jul 2017

A Possible New Way to Treat Osteoarthritis

Healthy cells that experience stress can enter a state known as cellular senescence. In this state, cells stop dividing and profoundly alter their metabolism, appearance, and interactions with their environment. The subcellular damage itself

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