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Cells That Heal Us From Cradle To Grave: A Quantum Leap in Medical Science by [Nocera, Dr. Roger]
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Roger M. Nocera, M.D., a world leader in stem cell therapy research, announces a breakthrough medical science discovery that will revolutionize health care as we know it.

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  • File Size: 438 KB
  • Print Length: 210 pages
  • Publication Date: February 15, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004O0U7IW
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By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 25, 2011
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Roger Martin Nocera, MD has written a book that is destined to become a classic. In CELLS THAT HEAL US FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE he brings information to the public's attention - both general public and health care delivers - that is of monumental importance. And though he and his honored cohorts would have us believe Einstein's view `Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything', another way of saying that major importance of the information shared here is not a discovery but a call to attention of a fact that has been present in nature but has not been appreciated or publicized or employed by scientists until now.

The significance of Dr.Nocera's book is as important to medical history as the 1796 work of Dr. Edward Jenner who `discovered' or had insight to reveal nature's human immune system: his invention of immunology by noting that smallpox could be prevented by vaccinating healthy people with cowpox scrapings from milkmaids began the revolution of immunizations. And 100 years later a similar insight provided Dr. Alexander Fleming to recognize that a mold found in nature had a DNA code that created a natural defense system to kill bacteria - and Penicillin was born in 1928, the first of the antibiotics that have subsequently saved countless human lives.

What Dr.Nocera brings to our attention that the next `miracle' in medicine is the fact that in the past decade Stem Cells have been studied as precursors to all cell types in the human body. These `Healing Cells' (adult stem cells), easily harvested from the human body, can be injected intravenously, migrate to the area of the body `dis-eased' and make normal healthy cells to replace the abnormal cells.
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Roger Martin Nocera, MD has written a book that is destined to become a classic. In CELLS THAT HEAL US FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE he brings information to the public's attention - both general public and health care delivers - that is of monumental importance. And though he and his honored cohorts would have us believe Einstein's view `Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything', another way of saying that major importance of the information shared here is not a discovery but a call to attention of a fact that has been present in nature but has not been appreciated or publicized or employed by scientists until now.

The significance of Dr.Nocera's book is as important to medical history as the 1796 work of Dr. Edward Jenner who `discovered' or had insight to reveal nature's human immune system: his invention of immunology by noting that smallpox could be prevented by vaccinating healthy people with cowpox scrapings from milkmaids began the revolution of immunizations. And 100 years later a similar insight provided Dr. Alexander Fleming to recognize that a mold found in nature had a DNA code that created a natural defense system to kill bacteria - and Penicillin was born in 1928, the first of the antibiotics that have subsequently saved countless human lives.

What Dr.Nocera brings to our attention that the next `miracle' in medicine is the fact that in the past decade Stem Cells have been studied as precursors to all cell types in the human body. These `Healing Cells' (adult stem cells), easily harvested from the human body, can be injected intravenously, migrate to the area of the body `dis-eased' and make normal healthy cells to replace the abnormal cells.
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Dear fellow book lovers,

Dr. Nocera has given us a marvelous gift. A springboard into a future of medicine that is dearly needed in the modern world. After you're finished reading it, recommend it to your own physician and to your health insurance provider.

I may read it a second time.
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I simply had no idea that this medical technology exists. Non-embryonic stem cells that are completely transplantable and they already exist in our body fat and umbilical cord blood! I have many friends and family members who will directly benefit from this new treatment technology. I think everyone knows someone who needs medical help that isn't available in our current health care system. I just read in President Bush's book, Decision Points, that this technology was exactly what they were anticipating when they formulated their stem cell policies. I'm calling my congress members today and asking them to read this. I may even call the White House! I hope no one delays on getting Healing Cells available to us all -- we need a lot of healing in this country, and so does our health care system.
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Roger Martin Nocera, MD has written a book that is destined to become a classic. In CELLS THAT HEAL US FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE he brings information to the public's attention - both general public and health care delivers - that is of monumental importance. And though he and his honored cohorts would have us believe Einstein's view `Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything', another way of saying that major importance of the information shared here is not a discovery but a call to attention of a fact that has been present in nature but has not been appreciated or publicized or employed by scientists until now.

The significance of Dr.Nocera's book is as important to medical history as the 1796 work of Dr. Edward Jenner who `discovered' or had insight to reveal nature's human immune system: his invention of immunology by noting that smallpox could be prevented by vaccinating healthy people with cowpox scrapings from milkmaids began the revolution of immunizations. And 100 years later a similar insight provided Dr. Alexander Fleming to recognize that a mold found in nature had a DNA code that created a natural defense system to kill bacteria - and Penicillin was born in 1928, the first of the antibiotics that have subsequently saved countless human lives.

What Dr.Nocera brings to our attention that the next `miracle' in medicine is the fact that in the past decade Stem Cells have been studied as precursors to all cell types in the human body. These `Healing Cells' (adult stem cells), easily harvested from the human body, can be injected intravenously, migrate to the area of the body `dis-eased' and make normal healthy cells to replace the abnormal cells.
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