ASCTA

ASCTA was formed in response to the FDA’s position that the patient’s own stem cells are considered drugs (unlike Wharton’s Jelly and Exosomes) and should be regulated as such. Strong opposition by physicians and patients worldwide motivated the effort to research and publish scientific guidelines that provide the medical community with standards under which adult…

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Adult_vs.Embryonic

Adult_vs.Embryonic We’ve all heard about embryonic stem cells (ESC’s).  They have been in the news and the focus of controversy for a decade.  We’ve seen far less media coverage of  adult stem cells.  Adult stem cells (ASC’s) are found in everyone’s body and they are capable of repairing a host of tissues.  In fact, the…

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