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BREAST STEM CELLS

Posted Apr 04 2012 12:00am

This article which can be found at http://www.scribd.com/doc/79116123/New-Scientist-November-19th-2011 (page 14) references embryonic like stem cells in breast milk as the first ever found in adults. This is incorrect. Embryonic like stem cells or stem cells with totipotency has been found in a number of other adult stem cells previously. I am referring to naturally occurring adult stem cells as opposed to ipsc.

That said, a concept of FDA regulation of breast feeding is not that far from the truth unfortunately. See my article here: http://repairstemcell.wordpress.com/2012/03/21/fdas-new-claim-your-body-is-a-drug-and-we-have-the-authority-to-regulate-it-the-alliance-for-natural-health-usa/

 

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