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Neil Riordan, PhD speaks at the Riordan-McKenna Institute and Stem Cell Institute fall seminar in Southlake, Texas on October 10, 2015. Dr. Riordan discusses (click "Show More" to view) • How our lab selects uses specialized screening techniques to select only the stem cells that we know will be the most useful for our patients. Only about 1 in 100 cords pass this screening process. • How umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) control inflammation, modulate the immune system and stimulate regeneration. • How the number and function of our own stem cells decline over time. • How MSC secretions promote healing • Where MSCs are found in our body • First clinic trial in the US using umbilical cord tissue-derived stem cells • How MSC doubling times dramatically decrease as people age, w...
I was on duty when this video was taken and were having a crew familiarization tour on the said ship. On January 22 2011, the MS Queen Elizabeth made her first Panama Canal Transit. MS Queen Elizabeth is a cruise ship of the Cunard Line fleet, owned by Carnival Corporation & plc and operated by Carnival UK. A Vista class ship, Queen Elizabeth is the sister ship of MS Queen Victoria.
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This third video documents the last set of ports and excursions we went on while cruising with Holland MS Zuiderdam from January 12th to 23rd 2015, including: - Panama Canal - Panama City - Puerto Limon, Costa Rica (Jungle River Boat Tour and Rainforest)
I am a person living with MS and fighting the battle every day! After 2 different treatments and 7 years, I am ready to do stem cell treatment in Panama City, Panama with the Stem Cell Institute. I have been encouraged to share my journey so here it begins! Please like and subscribe to my channel and join my face book group https://www.facebook.com/groups/116540628950158/
"After 1 year, I don't need my cane..." One year after stem cell therapy for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama, Shirley Wigfall shares her success story. Shirley was diagnosed in 2003 after having trouble walking. After MS drugs were unsuccessful and she was rejected for clinical trials, Shirley found the Stem Cell Institute. Shirley no longer needs a cane to walk and credits stem cells for "truly changing her life". For more information on stem cell treatments for MS: http://www.cellmedicine.com/treatment/multiple-sclerosis/
Texas high school Hall of Fame football coach Sam Harrell talks about his progress after undergoing several stem cell treatments for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama. Sam is speaking from the clinic in Panama while undergoing his fourth 5-day course of combination human umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells and fat-derived stem cells. "I came by myself this time and that's just a sign of how much better I've gotten. ...the last times I've come I had to get in a wheel chair [off the plane] and I just walked through the airport this time. People ask me. 'Do you think it really helps?'. Well, just look! I am walking through the airport with no aids." [Sam demonstrates how he used to walk before treatment] "I took litt...
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First of 3 videos documenting my trip on the Holland America cruise ship MS Zuiderdam between January 12th to the 23rd 2015. This video looks at the ship itself, including the room, facilitaties restaurants, night time entertainment etc.