A breast cancer survivor since she first announced her diagnosis in 2001, Suzane Somers is now explaining her experiences with stem cell breast reconstruction in her new book “Bombshell.”What Suzanne basically did was regrow her own breasts following surgery using “Cell Assisted Lipotransfer.” Fat is liopsuctioned from the stomach for their stem cells for the procedure.
What about stem cell treatments for chronic joint pain?
Researchers reporting in the prestigious medical journal Lancet say they have been able to regrow healthy heart muscle tissue to replace tissue damaged by cardio vascular disease. These findings have been reported as nothing less than extraordinary and of great “magnitude.”
Patients with damaged or dead heart muscle, had healthy tissue removed from their heart muscle. In a laboratory, cardiac stem cells were isolated and coaxed to multiply. The rich stem cell solution was then reintroduced into the heart where it began to replace damaged, dead muscle tissue with new healthily heart muscle tissues. In some cases replacing up to 50% of the dead and damaged tissue.
We have recognized what the cardiac researchers have reported. Stem cells grow new tissue. While we do not offer this therapy for heart disease we offer this treatment for patients with severe degenerative disease to help grow back, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissue in the neck, spine, hips and joint