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August 13, 2007


Sholto Ramsay

absolutely correct. while some patients have experienced "miracle cures", patient selection is a key factor and setting expectations is also critical for managing patients.
On the other hand, stem cell therapy often has few side effects in terms of pharmocological side-effects and can offer hope for otherwise hopeless patients.
As with all treatments, providing a clear outline of treatment and likely success outcome enables patients to make decisions for themselves.

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