Stem Cell Research & Therapy Explained – From MS to Spinal Injury

Friday, August 19, 2016

Stem cell treatment and research towards curing illness–from multiple sclerosis to spinal injury–is detailed by Dr. Neil Riordan. The American medical industry, obstructions to research in the states, misconceptions about stem cells, and the details about the treatment process are explained–and we look at video of patient recovery and speculate at what the future could spell for stem cell treatment and research in this Lip News interview, hosted by Elliot Hill.

Dr. Neil Riordan is the founder and Chairman of Medistem Panama, a leading stem cell laboratory and research facility – located in Panama City. His institute is at the forefront of research of the effects of adult stem cells on the course of several chronic diseases. Dr. Riordan has more than 60 scientific articles in international peer-reviewed journals. In the stem cell arena, he and his colleagues have published more than 20 articles on Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Heart Failure, Rheumatoid Arthritis.

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00:01 Welcome to The Lip News Interviews.
00:05 Introducing Dr. Neil Riordan, Founder and chairman of Medistem Panama.
00:55 The unique properties of stem cells.
05:15 Unique applications of stem cells.
06:40 Video of stem cell patient with Multiple Sclerosis.
09:30 What is the treatment process like?
10:50 Disputing skepticism surrounding stem cell treatment.
12:25 Are some patients slow to respond or non responsive to stem cell treatment?
14:15 Roadblocks encountered in the United States.
16:30 Desire for profit slowing the advancement of healthcare.
18:05 Video of stem cell patient recovering from spinal injury.
20:45 The future of stem cell research and treatment for Medistem Panama.
21:45 Thank you and goodbye Natural health expert and founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews James Leiber, a D.O., about a number of different stem cell products and techniques he uses in his practice.
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  1. 한수철 says:


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  3. Saudia FERGUSON WEBB (Vanessa) says:

    im still falling alot ..we ready for fetal cells yet for PROGENESIS yet?!

  4. Douglas Wilson says:

    Does anybody have some story about ms treatment clinic belgrade?

  5. aka lootninjaᄂᄋᄋᄀTMninja says:

    Is there any treatments for people with limb girdle muscular dystrophy? I just fell down the stairs and hit my head now I got a big knot and at 1st I was briefly paralyzed and not ready to give up. Please contact me if you have any information.

  6. Regeneration Center of Thailand says:

    Transplantation of enriched stem cells can support spinal cord repair. Stem cells can be explicitly directed to differentiate into neurons or glia which can then be used for replacement of neural cells lost after spinal cord injuries.

  7. James Sparhawk says:

    I am a t-10 papalegic. September 10, 2015 will be my 3 year anniversary of my most life changing moment of my life. I wish I could afford this treatment and would "Thank Jesus" every hour the rest of my life.

  8. Michael Pickar says:

    Just imagine the thoughts of some people when someone "thanks the Lord" for stem cells.

  9. J Sand says:

    great story thank you..

  10. Lee Burkett says:

    Here's the thing:
    If Monsanto held a patent on stem cell therapies not only would it be standard procedure here in the US, it would probably be mandated by law.
    This 'profit above all' mentality is nothing less than a societal madness.

  11. Marina Reznik says:

    Americans think we have the best medical treatments here?  Are you kidding?  Wake up everyone and examine what our government / FDA is doing to 'help' promote health!  FDA=fraud & death administration!!!

  12. Borr Magilicutty says:

    This is another example of leading news of our day, ground breaking advancements, miracle work in action, and should be worldly news possibly effecting every single person in some way.

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