I am wondering if anyone out there is familiar with current clinics around the world that claim to be treating Type 1 with stem cell treatments. It was recommended to me by a Doctor to find a clinic outside of this country and after doing some research I found a place in El Salvador and Argentina that claims to have treated 1500 people with type 1. I have been corresponding with them trying to get a feel if this is real or whether it is a scam. Anybody know?
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David

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hi earthling. being an earthling is not so great these days but here we are. i donate money to denise faustman. every month i send her a check. she seems to have all the pieces in place and seems pretty confident as well. of course she gets some private funding-- she was initially funded by Lee Iakoka of general motors and i imagine she gets some funding from the Massachusetts General Hospital where she does her work and private donations. She sends out updates from time to time. All the best. Burzynski was not the only one to get the shaft. Amazing how transparent the evil motives are and that we are really the enemy. check out my website: www.wirelesswatchblog.org

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I heard that one has to be a "newby," That is, you must have been diagnosed recently to be a candidate for the studies.

you are probably talking about the studies to halt the progression of type 1. i think you have to have been diagnosed within a year of entering a trial. check this out !
First Stem Cell-Based Therapy Gets Approved – In Canada
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Osiris also has plans to develop Prochymal for the repair of heart tissue following a heart attack, the preservation of pancreatic islet cells in type 1 diabetes, and to repair lung tissue in patients with pulmonary disease. The source of the cells are ...
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