Stem Cell Webinar This Wednesday March 14 with Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj MD



Learn The Latest in Stem Cell Therapies For Your Patients

Join physicians from around the world in this unique webinar

Each year it seems that our patients are more at risk than ever for life threatening and chronic illness.  Whether it is the rapid growth of diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, or cancer, it seems that traditional medicine has had a difficult time keeping up.

Yet for over 40 years, stem cell transplants have been helping patients survive with quality of life in the face of some of the most dangerous of illnesses.  Physicians who want to do everything they can for their patients are now turning to the proven science of adult stem cell therapeutics.

Today patients with a wide range of diseases are being helped by adult stem cell protocols.  With over 2000 ongoing FDA clinical trials, the potential to expand the field and help patients is tremendous.

Join me for this unique webinar that will discuss some of the latest breakthroughs in patient care utilizing stem cell therapeutics.  We will discuss illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, fibromyalgia, ALS, cardiac disease, cancer, and much more.

Join me in this special presentation to spread the message of adult stem cells to help patients from around the world:

What: Stem Cell Network Physicians Webinar

When: March 12, 2014

Where: Online – Click Here to Register or paste link below into your browser

Cost: Physicians & Medical Professionals can attend free – RSVP today

Kind Regards,

Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj

Medical Director

South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute

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Dipnarine Maharaj Introduction to Adult Stem Cells



Dipnarine Maharaj Introduction to Adult Stem Cells

Dipnarine Maharaj

Dipnarine Maharaj – Medical Director, South Florida Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Institute Boynton Beach, FL

Stem cells have the power and potential to be one of the most effective agents against aging available to medicine today. A stem cell is an unspecified cell that can both self-renew (produce an exact clone of itself) and differentiate into mature tissues, such as the heart, lung, liver, etc. Adult stem cells are collected from bone marrow (bone marrow stem cells), peripheral blood (peripheral blood stem cells), and cord blood (cord blood stem cells). Embryonic stem cells are collected from a fertilized egg or from an embryo, and can form any of the 200 different tissue types present in the body. It is important to remember that embryonic stem cells are a foreign tissue, and thus carry the risk of all the complications associated with an allogeneic or an unrelated donor transplant if these cells are transplanted into an individual. This paper is concerned with adult stem cells.

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WaddellsWhy bank adult stem cells?

In banking your own healthy adult stem cells, you will not need to depend on finding a matched donor.

1 in 200 people will need a stem cell transplant for a blood disorder during their lifetime. High dose chemotherapy followed by stem cell reinfusion has been the standard of care for many hematological disorders for decades. However, 70% of patients in need of a transplant do not have a matching donor or umbilical cord blood unit. (National Marrow Donor Registry, 2012). The best time to collect your adult stem cells is when you are healthy. A healthy immune system is the most important factor when it comes to longevity and the ability to fight off diseases. As you age, so do your stem cells, resulting in a steady decline in your stem cells’ efficacy, efficiency, and population. The time to collect and store your stem cells is NOW.

How can stem cells help you and your family

Although stem cell therapies currently only treat a few types of diseases due to the specialized nature of adult stem cells, the success of these established therapies, such as skin and blood transplants, provides hope that stem cells will be able to provide therapy for many diseases in the future that were previously thought to have no cure. Current treatment methods of many diseases involve simply alleviating symptoms, rather than curing the disease itself. Stem cells propose the possibility of re-growing the damaged cells, and then, being implanted in patients to replace damaged cells, ultimately curing the patient completely.

Blood and bone marrow stem cells, called hematopoietic cells, have been used for decades to treat leukemiassickle cell anemia, damaged bone marrow, and certain metabolic disorders and immunodeficiencies. Hematopoietic stem cells produce all types of blood cells, and preliminary tests have shown that these stem cells may also be able to give rise to other cell types besides blood cells.

The number of medical achievements stem cells have given rise to is growing at a rapid pace. Based on evolving research in regenerative medicine, we believe that the autologous (your own) stem cells will be used in the future to treat many diseases for which there are currently no cures. Having your stem cells collected today ensures that if they can be used to reverse any of these diseases you may develop, you are well prepared.