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"In vitro" and multicolor phenotypic characterization of cell subpopulations identified in fresh human adipose tissue stromal vascular fraction and in the derived mesenchymal stem cells. Journal of Translational Medicine
October 31, 2007

Adipose stem cells, or fat stem cells are being used in adult stem cell therapy all over the world. There are millions of stem cells in a small sample of fat tissue. These cells are being used for various conditions. The main benefit to the patient is same day procedure. The fat cells are removed, washed, activated and put back into the patient. They can be put back through a standard IV drip or mixed with fat to help in breast reconstruction.
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Clinical Applications of Blood-Derived and Marrow-Derived Stem Cells for Nonmalignant Diseases JAMA
February 27, 2008

Stem cell therapy is rapidly developing and has generated excitement and promise as well as confusion and at times contradictory results in the lay and scientific literature. Many types of stem cells show great promise, but clinical application has lagged due to ethical concerns or difficulties in harvesting or safely and efficiently expanding sufficient quantities. In contrast, clinical indications for blood-derived (from peripheral or umbilical cord blood) and bone marrow-derived stem cells, which can be easily and safely harvested, are rapidly increasing.
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Clinical Trials for Stress Urinary Incontinence The Lancet
June 30, 2007  

Stress urinary incontinence is being successfully treated with Adult Stem Cells. The attached is a clinical trial of both men and women who suffered from SUI. A small muscle biopsy was taken from the upper arm and the patients stem cells were isolated in the lab. They were then injected back into the same patient, 85% were successfully treated.
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Clinical Trials for Type I diabetes JAMA
April 11, 2007

A clinical trial was conducted in 2003 with 15 Type I diabetics. Their immune system was suppressed and bone marrow stem cells were infused. Three months later, 13 of the 15 were insulin free 93% of the time. Northwestern University conducted the study in Brazil.
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Adipose Clinical Trials JAMA
August 23, 2007

Adipose or fat derived stem cells are being used to treat various conditions, today. The following outlines what these Adult Stem Cells are being used to treat. There are also 142 referenced citations of other clincial trials for various conditions.
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