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How?... With private stem cell research, of course!?Stem cell research holds more than hope for cures. The jury is in on stem cell research. Stem cell research can offer a cure for your incurable illness. With private stem cell research a personal cure for an ill patient can be accelerated. With every michroscope in the lab tuned into your unique disease a rapid cure is guaranteed. Private stem cell research for the wealthy (that will eventually lead to cures for everyone) has arrived!
So now you are all relaxed about your health's future because some countries such as Switzerland and some American states such as California are beginning to endorse stem cell research.We too are excited about this ground breaking research. Unfortunately these researchers will be working with one hand tied behind their back because these countries and California are working with restrictive legislation that forbids or impedes the cloning of human embryos. That's like giving them permission to build the fastest car in the world but with the restriction of not allowing them to put a motor in the car!
That's why the major new cures for cancer, heart disease, stroke, and other incurable diseases will ultimately come from small offshore labs working without restrictive legislation from the western world. Thank God for the sake of our health that there is a world outside the United States and the Western countries. The number one lab in the world offering excellence in medical research is Gen Cells Cures owned by Gerald Armstrong. Our motto is "Have Michroscope will travel" When a government gets in the way of our life -saving research we will pack up our michroscopes and move on.
When Alexander Grahm Bell patented his telephone in 1876 it was the difference of a half turn of a screw that put him in the patent office before Elisha Gray. With only one company in the Grand Unites States openly working on therapeutic cloning, the U.S.A is left in the dust where innovative research and future cures are concerned.The U.S. was once at the forefront of medicine and technology, research and innovation, cures and prevention. Now the job falls into the hands of the few working outside America. In many cases the work will be done by Americans. Even the Korean's who first cloned the human embryo had help from steady American hands, but the work was done in Korea by Koreans, not in America by Americans. We here at Gen Cells Cures have found that the Korean's new technique of squeezing out the DNA from the egg cell works much better than sucking out the DNA with a tiny needle. Their cloning process was a spectacular achievement.
The only American company working openly with therapeutic cloning research in the country is Advanced Cell Tech. When the cure comes it will likely come from Gen Cells Cures or some other little basement lab out in the middle of nowhere. Gen Cells Cures wants the opportunity to find cures for major incurable diseases such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimers disease, diabetes and other dreaded incurable diseases. The only problem with Gen Cells Cures and Advanced Cell Tech is that both of these biotechs are always running out of the money needed to do the research. Getting private funding is like pulling teeth. It's not easy work. The cure cannot come from the western world with restrictive legislation backed by ignorance and obscurantism. All that controversy over a stem cell smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. Even if stem cell research (with it's restrictive limitations) had all the funding in the world there will not be a cure found until all the research is completed and that includes the therapeutic cloning stem cell research. Through out history their have always been those people with dark age thinking who have held back scientific progress. Sadly, US President, George Bush is a victim of such limited thinking. Gen Cells Cures michroscopes already have Alexander Grahm Bell's half turn of the screw built in for success with no U.S. competition.
Non-embryonic stem cell research has produced therapies for more than forty ailments including, heart disease, lupus, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, Crohn's disease, brain hemorrhage, brain tumors, retinoblastoma, ovian cancer, sarcomas, scleroderma, multiple myeloma, leukemia, renal cell carcinoma, breast cancer and others. There have been no therapies from embryonic stem cell research so far simply because researchers have been using generic stem cells and there has not been one penny of public or private research money available for the real solution, therapeutic cloning stem cell research. While adult stem cell research received 190 million dollars from the U.S federal government in 2003. Therapeutic cloning stem cell research received zero dollars in funding support in 2003! What can you expect with zero dollars allotted to this life-saving research. Why hasn't there been a cure from therapeutic cloning stem cell research so far? The answer is plain and simple, fear and ignorance has restricted the research!
Gen Cells Cures doesn't like working with generic stem cells created from an egg and a sperm cell. There is no genetic match for our patient and you destroy the embryo that could have gone on to become a baby. The company likes working with perfectly matched cells created from a patient's skin cell and a human egg cell. You have a perfect genetic match and the stem cell is made young again . While we like the applications of adult stem cells and will use adult cells until we unravel the secrets of therapeutic cloning. We would rather have our cure come from perfectly matched fresh young stems cells rather than adult stem cells that are as old as our patient! We see the somatic cell nuclear transferred stem cell brought back to the beginning of life as the key to unlocking the aging clock. We just don't see a skin cell matched with an egg cell as a human being.
Fortunately for those of you with the ways and means and the vision to see the new dawn of stem cell research there is a way out for you and that way out is your own private medical research, (private stem cell research.) Gen Cells Cures is searching desperately for the funding to carry out the research that has been put on indefinite hold in the U.S. and the West. If someone knows a millionaire or a billionaire without a cause, please direct him or her to this stem cell research article. And if you know some one who is in desperate need of a cure, but is poor send him or her to us anyway. Maybe we can find their cure with our dime store michroscopes while we wait for the support to arrive to buy the high quality michroscopes we need to do the job. God tends to look after his flock. Gen Cells Cures offers stem cell research that includes a combination of an accumulation of today's best science and molecular biology that fuses therapeutic cloning stem cell research and genomics, (without political or legislative restraints.) Gen Cells Cures futuristic medical research technologies are available to the public now! Stem cell therapies and cures are just around the corner brought to you by Gen Cell Cures advanced stem cell research... No FDA approval needed! Stem cell research, stem cell research and more stem cell research is your solution and stem cell research is the solution for the world.
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Hello, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am Gerald Armstrong the owner of Gen Cells Cures a biotech dedicated to finding "The Cure" for incurable diseases and aging. Introducing to the world, the miracle of private, personalized medical research for the individual. I am passionate about molecular biology and what we can do with science to find "The Cure" for those of you suffering from aging and incurable diseases. http://www.msnusers.com/cures
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I had a call the other day from a potential client in a serious situation. He was young and had been diagnosed with CAD (Coronary Artery Disease), suffering from extremely high blood pressure and cholesterol, his doctor had put him on a medication that was suppose to lower and control these symptoms, and he had been on this medication for over 2 years.
Whats a Good Arthritis Medicine for Me, Doctor?
Pain is the body's warning signal that something is wrong. If the pain is due to overuse or arthritis there are many things to consider.
Web Therapy: Enhancing Patient Communication with Web Access
According to Jennifer Lyons' chart, she's just a bad slip and fall who's lucky enough to be on her way to a full recovery.But to Jennifer, who is lying in bed with a broken mandible and broken limbs, nothing could be further from the truth.
Bextra, Some Facts To Consider
For those who take Bextra, there are many warnings out that are telling people to stop. It is wise to do this and to do it right away.
At Last! Good News For Gout Sufferers!
Gout, an arthritis affliction with its roots in antiquity, has not always been easy to treat. The traditional medicines employed for gout have been non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), colchicines, probenicid (Benemid), and allopurinol (Zyloprim).
Ingrown Toe Nails Medical Treatment
Medical Care:Treatment options depend on the stage of ingrown toenails, medically known as onychocryptosis.Stage 1 can be managed by recommending shoes with a comfortable wide toe box or open-toed shoes.
Prescription Drug Benefit Cost Understated by $324 Billion!
When the legislation was passed for Bush's prescription drug benefit in 2003, costs were said to be approximately $400 billion over the next decade. In great contradiction with this estimate, the centers for Medicaid and Medicare have admitted that costs will actually be around $724 billion.
Treatment for High Blood Pressure
The treatment of high blood pressure is one of the most important areas of modern medicine. Good quality care and blood pressure treatment can reduce the risk of death, the risk of stroke and the risk of heart attack or coronary disease.
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