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Fosamax Trial – Destroyed JawBone Tissue Cited by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 10:02am This case is very interesting and no doubt the science of the drug will enter into the picture.  It states that the drug basically keeps old bones in tact but can potentially stop or hinder the growth of new bones tissue from what I read here, so I guess if you didn’t need any new bone tissue it was ok, but for those who needed to grow new tissu ... Read on »
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New bone and tissue regeneration technique | Allies piece by Dr. Syed L. Doctor of Dentistry Posted Sun 24 Jan 2010 1:39am Dr. Mao’s colleagues and co-authors on the paper are Eduardo K. Moioli, Ph.D., Mo Chen, Ph.D., Helaman P. Read the original post:  New bone and tissue regeneration technique | Allies piece Read on »
Scientists Grow Human Bone from Stem Cells With Fat Tissue–Opening the Door for Bones to Be Repaired and Replaced With New by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 10:54pm We have probably all read about orthopedic procedures that have been used to allow re-growth of muscles and small portions of bones, but this is a process that grows the entire bone outside of the patient’s body.  It makes sense as dentists have used synthetic bone material to help seat implants in the jaw with building up bone material.  I kn ... Read on »
Cancer Institute Announces Development of Comprehensive Bone and Soft Tissue Tumor Center at Sinai by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 May 2013 5:00am The Alvin & Lois Lapidus Cancer Institute of LifeBridge Health launched the new Comprehensive Bone and Soft Tissue Tumor Center , which provides the most advanced treatment options for rare tumors of the bone and soft tissue (fat, blood vessels, nerves, muscles, deep skin tissues and cartilage) in both adult and pediatric patients. The center o ... Read on »
RA Damages Soft Tissues – Not Just Bones by Andrew Posted Tue 02 Nov 2010 3:52pm MRI and Ultrasound of RA damaged joints Image via Wikipedia When people hear the general term arthritis, they typically think of an older person with joint pain. This concept misses the mark when describing rheumatoid arthritis ( RA ). When people think about RA, they might picture someone with grossly disfigured hands or ... Read on »
Adult bone marrow stem cells injected into skeletal muscle can repair heart tissue by Stem Cells Malaysia Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:48pm Using an animal model, the researchers showed that this non-invasive procedure increased myocytes, or heart cells, by two-fold and reduced cardiac tissue injury by 60 percent. The therapy also improved function of the left ventricle, the primary pumping chamber of the heart, by 40 percent and reduced fibrosis, the hardening of the heart l ... Read on »
Understanding Bone Strength by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 10:50am Bone is a mineralized living tissue which is constantly being broken down and rebuilt or remodeled. In fact, the body grows the equivalent of an entirely new skeleton every 7 years. There are two main types of cells that are crucial to bone remodeling – osteoblasts, and osteoclasts. The job of osteoblasts is to build new bone, and the job of os ... Read on »
Stop Bone Loss by Dianne B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 25 Jan 2011 6:12pm How to stop bone loss, the real explanation is a little technical, so I am just going to quote Dr. Al Sears "Your bones have cells called osteoclasts. Their job is to remove old bone tissue. This allows the bone to grow strong because other cells called osteoblasts then rebuild the bone. With osteoporosis and other bone diseases, there ... Read on »