How stem cells are reducing chemo side effects…
Scientists from the University of California, Irvine have come up with a way to selectively target and kill cancerous tissue while preventing some of the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.
To accomplish this… Scientists are inserting a piece of “code” into your bone marrow, allowing them to target, lock in, and activate therapeutics to stiff metastatic cancerous tissue… and ONLY metastatic cancerous tissue.
It’s important to note that metastatic tumors are particularly deadly and the cause of 90 percent of cancer deaths, which is why this breakthrough cannot come soon enough.
And now, as a special sneak peek, we have a powerful clip for you that dives into how stem cells are giving a real future for patients in their fight against cancer.
See it all for yourself…
In this exclusive preview, you will hear from cancer survivors, oncologists, and stem cell physicians on the development of stem cell treatments for cancer and chronic disease.
This clip is comprised from our incredible documentary series, The Healing Miracle.
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We hope this serves you well.
To your health,
The Healing Miracle Team
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