Ronald Bramson, PA, DPM, Author at Advanced Rejuvenation - Page 5 of 24

Author: Ronald Bramson, PA, DPM

11 May Stem cells and cell therapy approaches in lung biology and diseases.

Cell-based therapies with embryonic or adult stem cells, including induced pluripotent stem cells, have emerged as potential novel approaches for several devastating and otherwise incurable lung diseases, including emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary hypertension, and the acute respiratory distress syndrome. Although initial studies suggested engraftment of...

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08 Feb Exogenous stem or progenitor cells:Autologous and allogeneic MSCs

Exogenous stem or progenitor cells Early studies using bleomycin or radiation-induced lung injury demonstrated the recruitment and engraftment of bone marrow-derived cells within the lung.63–66 However, later studies using lineage markers have demonstrated no evidence of pulmonary repopulation via bone marrow-derived cells.67,68 Many variables of how exogenous stem...

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19 Dec The ‘Connecticut Shooter’ Adam Lanza has now been reported by mainstream media to indeed be taking the violence-linked anti-psychotic drug known as Fanapt

The ‘Sandy Hook Connecticut Shooter’ Adam Lanza has now been reported by mainstream media to be taking Fanapt, a prediction I made the morning I watched the news of the shooting while on vacation in Hawaii. Fanapt has a very disturbing history of FDA testing and approval. It also has...

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12 Dec N-acetyl-L-Cysteine has all of the properties of L-Cysteine, but is more water-soluble.NAC is recognized for its ability to reduce the viscosity of mucus and aid in its elimination

By John Lieurance, D.C., The conditionally essential amino acid N-acetyl-L-Cysteine has all of the properties of L-Cysteine, but is more water-soluble, and according to the literature and clinical feedback, is more bioavailable than L-Cysteine. It is one of only three sulfur bearing amino acids (the others...

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12 Dec Humming Greatly Increases Nasal Nitric Oxide. FCR Improves NO in the brain.

Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Karolinska Hospital, and Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden The paranasal sinuses are major producers of nitric oxide (NO). We hypothesized that oscillating airflow produced by humming would enhance sinus ventilation and thereby increase nasal NO levels. Ten healthy subjects...

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