Adult Stem Cell research and therapy has saved the leg of a woman facing amputation due to critical limb ischemia. In India, a 68 year old woman came to the hospital suffering from a large ulcer in her foot due to insufficient blood flow. Doctors thought that amputation was necessary.
Not so fast said Dr. Subrammaniyan ... of the Vijaya Health Centre in Chennai. There was one last option.
a team led by chief vascular surgeon S R Subrammaniyan tried stem cell therapy on Vidyalakshmi, extracting 100 ml of bone marrow from her, isolating the stem cells, and injecting them into the her calf. The therapy worked, healing her ulcer and forming new blood vessels that increased circulation in the affected area.
Today, Vidyalakshmi can walk and use her lower left limb just like her right one. Her case is just one among several in India where clinical trials on stem cell therapy have helped saved people’s limbs from amputation.
Hey, ESCR folks, how many limbs have y'all saved? How many people's cancer is in remission because of your embryo-killing methods? How many paralyzed people have been given improved sensation and mobility because of the embryos you killed for them? How many people's damaged hearts have been mended thanks to the way you bravely kill embryos?
What's that? I can't hear you!
Then I"ll have to answer for you: NONE.
You've accomplished not a single treatment or cure, not even in lab rats.
Give it up, guys. You're selling your souls and getting nothing in return. That's a bad bargain.