Friday, June 28, 2013

cord blood stem cell trial

hi all

1. One of my readers has provided this link :

2. Personally I find it suspicious.

3. Please DO NOT rush into having one yourself , until you hear more from your medically-qualified ENT doctors, because another reader has provided me with another update by Stefan Heller at a 2011 Summit which showed a mouse having a big cancerous tumour on the face / ear area after being injected from a lab experiment :

An update from Stefan Heller at 2011 Summit


1.One of my readers provide me with this link


Sunday, February 24, 2013

first time that hair cells can be regenerated in an adult mammalian ear by using a drug

I have exciting news :

Researchers at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Harvard Medical School have demonstrated for the first time that hair cells can be regenerated in an adult mammalian ear by using a drug to stimulate resident cells to become new hair cells, resulting in partial recovery of hearing in mouse ears damaged by noise trauma. This finding, reported in the Jan. 10 issue of Neuron, holds great potential for future therapeutic application that may someday reverse deafness in humans.

In the experiment, the researchers applied a drug to the cochlea of deaf mice. The drug had been selected for its ability to generate hair cells when added to stem cells isolated from the ear. It acted by inhibiting an enzyme called gamma-secretase that activates a number of cellular pathways. The drug applied to the cochlea inhibited a signal generated by a protein called Notch on the surface of cells that surround hair cells. These supporting cells turned into new hair cells upon treatment with the drug. Replacing hair cells improved hearing in the mice, and the improved hearing could be traced to the areas in which supporting cells had become new hair cells. “The missing hair cells had been replaced by new hair cells after the drug treatment,” Edge said, “and analysis of their location allowed us to correlate the improvement in hearing to the areas where the hair cells were replaced.”
This is the first demonstration of hair cell regeneration in an adult mammal. “We’re excited about these results because they are a step forward in the biology of regeneration and prove that mammalian hair cells have the capacity to regenerate,” Edge said. “With more research, we think that regeneration of hair cells opens the door to potential therapeutic applications in deafness.” :

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Sep 2012 news on human stem cells restore hearing loss in animals

Dear all

Some updates on using human stem cell for treatment of hearing loss, caused by damage to the nerve line connecting the cochlea to the brain.

"...Stem cells have been differentiated into auditory nerve cells before, but this is the first time that transplanted cells have successfully restored hearing in animals..."

Using Teeth To Help Restore Hearing Loss

I sure can use my teeth for my hearing loss.

Quote ".. Leaving the audiologist's office, she says she almost cried when she heard a sound on her right—high heels clicking on the sidewalk—for the first time in 10 years..." Un-quote.

Sure sound like me..)

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