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ADULT STEM CELLS

David Prentice

Adult stem cells

  • Derived from body tissues; e.g., bone marrow, blood, muscle, umbilical cord blood, placenta, amniotic fluid
  • Can be derived from any age (babies, children, adults)
  • Harvested without harm or destruction of stem cell donor
  • Patient can use own adult stem cells--no transplant rejection
  • No tumor formation
  • Currently treating patients successfully

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Put resources where they will help patients--Adult Stem Cells

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Meet The Author
David Prentice Senior Fellow for Life Sciences

Dr. David Prentice is Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at Family Research Council. Up to July 2004 he had spent almost 20 years as Professor of Life Sciences, Indiana State (Full Bio)

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