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27 Jun 2019

NAD, Osteoporosis, Senescent Cells, And Stem Cells: The Final Frontier In Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones to the point where they break easily—most often, bones in the hip, spine, and wrist. Osteoporosis is called a “silent disease” because you may not notice any changes until a bone breaks.

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26 Jun 2019

NAD+ And Cell Senescence: Are These Two Entities On A Collision Course?

At one time it was thought that there was little if any relationship between Senescent Cells and NAD supplements. We now know that this is far from the truth. Remember that the senescent cells are cells that should have died but continue to survive.

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26 Jun 2019

Senescent Zombie Cells Have Finally Met Their Match: Senolytic Agents

I am convinced that senolytic agents will help change the face of regenerative medicine and for that matter most of medicine. More importantly they will dramatically increase success in Regenerative procedures. Let us again discuss senescent cells.

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07 May 2019

Dr. Joseph Purita Receives “Stem Cell Scientist Physician Award”

The American Academy of Stem Cell Physicians (AAOSCP) is honored to announce that Dr. Joseph Purita, a pioneer in the use of Stem Cell and PRP therapy for orthopedic conditions, has been awarded the prestigious “Stem Cell Scientist Physician Award.”

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19 Apr 2019

Hybrid Bone Marrow Aspirate

Until recently, bone marrow aspirate was essentially always concentrated.  However, there is now an ongoing debate between using bone marrow aspirate in a non-centrifuged manner and using it in a manner where it is concentrated by centrifugation. This question has generated much discussion and some

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20 Mar 2019

Using Cord Blood and Placenta Stem Cell Products

A few months ago, I wrote a blog on umbilical cord blood and placenta stem cell products being made available in the US. The central message was to exercise caution with these products, applying the principle of caveat emptor [buyer beware]

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15 Feb 2019

The Ketogenic Diet, Stem Cells and Anti-Aging

Calorie restriction remains the surest path to increased longevity and resilience to diseases of aging across many organisms including humans. As an added bonus, it is a good to lose those extra pounds especially during the holidays. Calorie restriction seems to affect many aging pathways.

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07 Dec 2018

Is Physical Therapy Important After A Stem Cell Procedure?

The above diagram has an important take-home message, which is that physical therapy can accomplish many of the same tasks as stem cells.  What we have learned is that therapy, represented by “mechanical forces”, causes the formation of growth factors

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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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