Stem Cell Therapy Patient Needed
Sponsored By The National Parkinson's Foundation
How Stem Cells Can Be Used to Treat Patients
Stem cells are unspecialized and can turn into a multitude of different cells. You may be thinking "How can stem cells help treat this neurological disease?" Well, you see, after stem cells are taken from an adult's bone marrow, organs, or an embryo, they are used to "grow dopamine-producing nerve cells," which can help with further research. Stem cell therapy can also be used to replace cells damaged b a disease. That is why we need you, if you are in the early stages of Parkinson's Disease, we are offering stem cell therapy to not only attempt to cure your disease, but to further our research as well, so we can cure thousands of others.
Parkinson's Disease: Progress and Promise in Stem Cell Research (WPC submission)
Views On Stem Cell Research
Stem cell research is a very controversial topic among people everywhere, more specifically in the United States. Many people only focus on stem cells that are taken from the embryo and do not educate themselves on the use of adult stem cells. Due to their ignorance, they are preventing further stem cell research because it "kills babies," without considering how adult cells are a good alternative.
The National Parkinson's Foundation
"For over half a century, the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) has focused on meeting the needs in the care and treatment of people with Parkinson’s disease. NPF has funded more than $182 million in care, research and support services."