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Stem Cell Therapy Shows Promise In Heart Patients

Monday, January 22, 2007 - Stem Cell Guru

Stem Cell Guy just returned from a relaxing weekend. One of Theravitae's finest got married yesterday at a beautiful venue- the world famous Oriental Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Usually Stem Cell Guy doesn't like to dress up, but for this he had to make an exception. Even the usually reclusive Theravitae founder Don Margolis made an appearance at this soiree. Congratulations Ecki on your marriage. Best of luck to you and your husband.

Back to reality- Stem Cell Guy just found this video and transcript of an ABC TV news report on three former Theravitae patients. Nicknamed "the 3 Stemmers" (no, not the 3 Stooges), these gentlemen sat down for a short interview on the news. After you click on the link -the transcript is on the left...but don't miss the video on the right side of the screen.

COLLIER COUNTY: Three Naples men went to the extreme for a second chance at life. But is what they call medicine's next new miracle too risky to be true?
Sixty one year old David Fogue had 30 days to live.
"Pick out a casket, get it ready," said Fogue.
Mel Forbis, 72, was given 7 months to live.
Two years ago, doctors told 49 year old Neim Malo by 55 he would be gone.
"Getting my will, setting up trusts," said Malo.
All three Naples men suffered from different, severe heart conditions, but all had the same prognosis.
Then one trip changed everything.
"I'm feeling better, I feel more energy," said Malo.
They'll tell you they haven't only found the fountain of youth, they drank the water and would do it again.
"I know I have something to look forward to now," said Malo.
Desperate for a cure and with little left to lose, they each traveled nearly 10,000 miles to Bangkok, Thailand. There they had a procedure where millions of stem cells, from their own bodies, were re-harvested and injected into their hearts.

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