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Default Cam stem cells make me walk again?



I've had a problem with my cerebellum since waking up in a hospital. Will Medical or Nedicare cover it? Thank you
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Default Re: Cam stem cells make me walk again?

Theoretically, stem cells can make one walk again. Practically, it is still under research. There are evidence in the laboratories that stem cells do wonderful things by making new organs, new tissues and new body parts. Right now, the stem cell therapy that has been in the clinics for decades is bone marrow transplantation, which helps in blood disorders like leukemia. Perhaps it would be good to get hold of some specialists in hospitals to see what is available right now in the clinics..good luck..
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