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Even if u had it, there is no guarantee it'll work
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Stem Cells are not injected with a operation but there is a different mechanism to do this. Stem Cell is a new technique which will create all together a new frame to research work and will definitely help to cure some of the major dreadful diseases.

I heard about India Stem Cell Conclave 2011. This is the 2nd Annual Stem Cell Conclave 2011 and will cover the most cutting-edge content in stem cell research and commercial stem cell use. Industry experts across India and across the world will converge to share papers on their stem cell research, debate and discuss on how to overcome the challenges facing the Stem Cell industry in India and across the world, which can open new opportunities in the area of research, therapy and stem cell banking.
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There are several medical clinics in the U.S. performing stem cell therapy legally and safely for arthritic conditions & sports injuries. In Southern California there is a clinic called MetroMD.net whom have the legal protocol. The best results for stem cell therapy seem to be from bone marrow aspirations. Basically they numb you up then extract up to 120 cc's of your own stem cells from your bone marrow taken from the iliac crest (hip). Then it is spun and re-injected in a damaged area like a knee. There are 15 years of case studies available. There is no need to risk this procedure outside of the United States. Just be sure you use a clinic that is licensed, has the stem cell protocol and uses FDA products.
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