This is Dr. David
stem cell therapy is still being researched and is not ready for human trails yet for bladder disease.
what specific bladder disease are you interested in? interstitial cystitis?
phase 1 trials have been completed in stem cell therapy for interstitial cystitis for the bladder
but more research is needed
let em know if you have questions.
let em know if you have questions
I have just noted your reply and will follow up the 'market wired' web page later. However, I see that it was written on 16th May 2013 almost 19 months ago. I hope there has been some progress since then? Also you omitted to respond directly to my questions concerning the Asian countries cited? I do require much greater in-depth answers to my question (s) as I am sure there is considerable research (and progress) being practiced as I write. I was, and am,hoping that you can can be much more specific as to where I can continue to follow up the problem(s) I now experience due to IC specifically and other related 'genito-urinary' challenges.
Thanks for your continuing responses. I had never heard of a hyperbaric oxygen chamber before -- so that is worth further investigation on my part.. However,I do not wish to labour the point I originally made which implied that stem cell therapy, ideally from my perspective,is the way forward. I must conclude from your reply that you are unable to guide me further with, for example, South Korea's progress in this field. I am aware of ongoing research but was hoping to find a 'short cut' to help me more quickly establish available options. You may wish to confirm that my suppositions are correct and at that stage I will rate you as requested, thank you.