Anyone know of stem cell treatment for reflux and motility?

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GC1pink
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   Posted 2/21/2014 6:05 AM (GMT -6)   
I strongly believe that stem cell treatment is the way forward for most kinds of illness, I don't expect it to be a miracle cure, but if it helped with reflux and motility problems, that would be fantastic.

I have been following a few clinics, and some of it is very interesting for other diseases - obviously reflux and motility don't get much of a look in compared to the major illnesses, but the theory is interesting.

Has anyone ever been tempted to give it a try?

http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/how-a-small-clinic-in-the-dominican-republic-is-using-adult-stem-cells-to-o/

DOGGBONES
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   Posted 2/21/2014 7:12 AM (GMT -6)   
I agree, stem cell could be our golden ticket out of this mess. I did read one story (sorry I have no link) were doctors would remove the stem cell from your own bone marrow and then inject it into the damaged area. However nobody seems to be in any hurry to cure gerd when thier making billions off us by just pushing the evil ppi's and keeping us sick.  shakehead

liang7079
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   Posted 2/21/2014 11:40 AM (GMT -6)   
Are we really surprised that the big Pharmas are just there to make money by making drugs that mask the symptoms but in the long run make us dependent and even more sick? The whole modern medicine is doing research and teaching at the complete wrong direction - drugs and surgeries that do not cure and improve. There might already even be cure for HIV, cancer or Alzeihmer's already let along reflux/LPR and others, but hey, why cure those pooor people that unfortunately have them when you can make a lot of $$$ of them?
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