Medical director injects placental stem cells!

A Colorado medical director describes having placental tissue transplanted into his lower abdomen in Mexico for its rejuvenating growth factors, hormones, and especially placental stem cells, “which have powerful ‘homing’ mechanisms which enable them to hone in on areas of the body that are in need of repair.”

“Placental stem cells are, in effect, the nanobots of today,” says Terry Grossman. “Many parents today save the umbilical cord blood from their newborns so that the stem cells will be available to the child (and possibly other family members as well) if needed in the future….”
“Aside from being available in the event the child develops leukemia and needs chemotherapy along with a stem cell transplant, the value of umbilical cord stem cells lies in the future as well… Umbilical cord stem cells are being used to treat many conditions in hospitals in China and elsewhere today!”

(This article originally appeared in the fall edition of the futurist magazine H+)

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