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stemcellmagnet 58 posts  |  Last Activity: 19 hours ago Member since: Jul 26, 2013
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  • I would just add I think I have more in my checking account tonight than Candy is managing! I have asked around and no one has ever heard of his fund. Just a hunch. But happy to show my #'s

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    we tried to warn you numerous times

    by halloweencandy2013 Apr 25, 2016 9:32 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 25, 2016 9:56 PM Flag

    Warn what? Did you just see the most recent report come out on market share in just wound care? mimed crushed it. 26.8 % and growing at a rate where they should be at 35% by year end. No one has ever done that in this short of period of time. Once again you know nothing!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body. Serving as a repair system for the body, they can theoretically divide without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential to remain a neutral (pluropotent) stem cell or become uni-potent (tissue-specific with a designated function). A uni-potent cell might become a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell, for example.
    There are stem cells in developing embryos, the placenta, amniotic fluid, umbilical cords and, in recent years, scientists have confirmed the existence of stem cells in adult humans. Recent data suggest that stem cells are not only active in embryos, but act throughout our lives. They replace worn and damaged mature cells, heal or even regenerate damaged tissue and confront many of the diseases and conditions associated with aging.
    When you were young, stem cells continually produced replacement cells for worn or damaged cells for no other reason than the fact that they could.
    But, with increasing age, stem cells become more and more inactive, retaining a tendency to be potent, though remaining asleep.
    Sometimes they may wait for many years, until some kind of serious damage is perceived by the body. In the face of massive injury, a large number of signaling molecules, chemicals such as cytokines, are produced. These chemicals tell the stem cells "It is time to come out of slumber. You need to make new cells.”
    Generally, the stem cells will then divide, producing one destined copy and one self-replacing stem cell. The same process may repeat itself, over and over again, until many replacement cells are produced by one stem cell.
    Hayflick Limit and Stem Cells
    In the early 1960's, Dr. Leonard Hayflick found that normal tissue appeared to die out after the cells had divided a certain number of times (roughly about 50).
    The reason for the "Hayflick Limit" is that, with each division the ending “cap” of the cell’s DNA (called telomere) becomes shorter, thus ticking back an "inner cell clock". The telomere eventually becomes so short, there is scarcely anything left. The cell then stops dividing and dies.
    Embryonic Stem cells and Amniotic Stem Cells have an ability to escape the barrier of the "Hayflick Limit". They do so by producing a certain amount of telomerase enzyme, which acts to elongate the telomeres. That‘s why Embryonic Stem cells never reach senescence; they never get old or die.
    Adult Stem Cells do not produce enough telomerase to keep up with the rate of telomere shortening. Unlike embryonic stem cells or amniotic stem cells, adult stem cells do, eventually, become old. However, the time it takes for that to happen is so far beyond the so-called "Hayflick Limit", that an adult stem cell is essentially "immortal,” compared to the current maximum of about 120 years.
    Are You Ready for a BIG Surprise?
    We (humans) have enough adult stem cells in our bodies, producing enough telomerase, to last a lifetime of well over 1,000 years!
    How can it be? The existing stock of your own stem cells is enough to regenerate your body for 1,000 years. We just need to make them work properly.
    Indeed, according to the Bible, such people as Methuselah once did live that long. We could, potentially, even lengthen stem cell productivity far beyond that. All we need to do is figure out how to up-regulate the production of telomerase in adult stem cells. If we did that successfully, we would have the potential for eternal life.
    We are talking Immortality here.
    Back-up Stem Cells
    Additionally, our body, and that of all other animals, has abundant reserves of an unusual type of stem cell in addition to the normal ones. These are called "spore-like" stem cells. We call them spore-like because, like the spores from fungus or bacteria, these mammalian spores are very basic packages of DNA. They are basic because they lack most of the extra baggage carried by fully developed stem cells.
    These spore-like stem cells are supposed to function similar to an emergency "backup" CD in your computer. If the computer fails, you put the backup in to restore the system. Similarly, if the normal stem cells fail, the spore-like stem cells can take their place. These cells have all the same basic DNA codes of normal stem cells, but the DNA is tightly wound. If called into action, spore-like stem cells can quickly absorb nutrients from the surrounding serum and convert themselves from "compressed archives" into full fledged stem cells. Then they can further differentiate, like any other stem cell, into cells which can repair tissues.
    However, after we reach a certain age, normal stem cells stop replacing worn out parts and the spore-like stem cells become "disabled".
    That’s how the aging process starts.
    Theoretically, aging is an aberration to which living organisms should not be subject. We can see in experiment after experiment that the human body can and should be fully capable of maintaining itself for at least 1,000 years, even without direct genetic tampering. Yet, this does not happen.
    It seems as if the backup systems were deliberately turned off, forcing aging and death.
    Life is in the Blood
    It has been shown that blood from a young animal, transfused into an older animal, stimulates stem cell activity and replacement of worn-out cells, especially in areas of the body that have been injured. Scientists have shown that the healing response of old animals can be restored to a youthful level, simply by transfusing young blood into them.
    All of this takes us back to the Bible, once again. In “Genesis”, God says that "the life is in the blood." Well, now we know that this is true.
    It is well-known that the placenta is a particularly rich source of hematopoietic (blood-forming) stem cells, similar to those in cord blood. These stem cells can transform into many other cell types, including both red and white blood cells and platelets; they are able to generate blood stem cells and even give rise to a complete blood system.
    With AlwaysYoung’s unique stand-alone technology for isolating and recovering BIO-ACTIVE ovine placenta-derived stem cells, we can bring these young cells directly into your body.
    They will ignite your own Stem Cells, which, in turn, act to maintain your organism in a youthful state.
    The latest discovery in this regard – the Wolf Paradox - states that consistent introduction of BIO-ACTIVE amniotic (placental) stem cells stimulates the activity of your body’s sleeping pluropotent spore-like stem cells, causing them to start producing more and more uni-potent (tissue-specific) stem cells. These stem cells then produce new somatic cells to replace worn-out ones, as they did when we were young.
    By introduction of fresh pluropotent placental stem cells on a daily basis, the stem cells of every single part of your body will be ignited anew, producing replacement cells to make you young and vibrant again.
    You CAN become younger!
    Author's Bio:
    Dr. Walter M. Wolf is an anti-aging expert with over 30 years experience. He is the creator of Stem Cell in a capsule AlwaysYoung anti-aging therapy and anti-aging cosmetic stem cell therapy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • They all have the sane IP address!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Record Revenue for 2016 1st quarter

    by bullpicks Apr 25, 2016 9:02 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 25, 2016 9:58 PM Flag

    Hey when the stock goes green tomorrow you will be sweating like Rubio!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Mark my words you will be burned on this ome!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • StemCell Bios are in support out of San Antonio

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Curious how you see this fitting into your forgone conclusions around FDA!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    pre- announcement

    by tny501 Mar 30, 2016 10:15 AM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Mar 31, 2016 8:41 AM Flag

    Well Candy that is where you are clueless. Orgo never had enough clinical data. One trial. They never spent the money. on the research. Their scrotum/foreskin stuff if fully manipulated where as the barriers to entry put them in a whole other program. Thats why they are getting their clock cleaned currently. Plus if you had a clue you would realize they are currently under investigation due to picking up the advanced Bio Healing "Dermagraft"! This investigation is very much active today. The Hammer has yet to really come down on these guys. Stay tuned!
    In additions look at adverse events in all the competition and then look at MIMEDX. THERE ARE NONE! Thats why the FDA will be embracing Mimedx verses trying to prevent them from going to market. Collect your last check from OSIRIS before they close the doors!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Shoulder successes using AmnioFix at Oasis

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Revenue DOWN, expenses UP

    by exdistypuke_exdistyflunky Apr 11, 2016 1:40 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 11, 2016 7:30 PM Flag

    Classic! My guess is your out of a job.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • One Dr.Davenport reattached a hand

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • 18.8% of the Growth Factors of the Epifix Product!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    CANDY called it months ago.

    by cezasse9 Apr 10, 2016 9:32 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 10, 2016 11:00 PM Flag

    Candy called nothing but the Skid Mark!

  • Session Type: 2-Hour Instructional Course
    Session Number: 170
    Session Title: Dilemmas of the Throwing Shoulder
    Session Description: The presenters discuss the various pathologies of the throwing shoulder, including the role of retroversion and soft tissue, physical examination signs, and treatment options.
    Session Classification: Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy
    Session Date/Time: Tuesday, Mar 01, 2016, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Location Room W202
    Presentations:
    Moderator
    James R. Andrews, MD, Gulf Breeze, Florida

    Posturer problems
    James P. Bradley, MD, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Rotator Cuff
    Neal S. ElAttrache, MD, Los Angeles, California

    The dilemma of the bicep tendon
    Anthony A. Romeo, MD, Chicago, Illinois

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 5, 2016 9:22 PM Flag

    HEY GRANDPA'S "SKID MARK" had to make an appearance! You can't help yourself! You are a clown and I am on to you. I am getting close and I look forward in exposing the coward that you are.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • World demand to rise 5.3% annually through 2016

    World demand for wound management products will increase 5.3 percent annually to $39.3 billion in 2016, serving a $9.3 trillion worldwide health care industry. An expanding volume of surgical procedures, coupled with a rising incidence of treated injuries and external skin conditions, will underlie gains. Growth will also benefit from new product introductions, especially negative pressure therapy systems, skin replacements, tissue sealants, and wound healing agents.

    US to remain largest market, China to lead gains

    China will account for the fastest growth in wound management product demand among all countries. Increasing economic prosperity will enable its health care sector to expand and diversify resources and capabilities, and accommodate an expanding volume of patients. Similar trends will create above average growth opportunities for wound management products in several other developing countries.

    Led by the United States, the developed countries will continue to absorb a much larger share of total world wound management product demand than the developing countries. This trend will reflect the advanced nature of medical delivery systems, widespread coverage of residents for essential patient treatment, and increasing preferences of medical providers for high value added supplies and devices. Because of a higher degree of market penetration, total demand for wound management products in the developed countries will grow at a considerably slower pace than in the developing countries.

    Wound closures, bandages to remain largest segments

    Wound closures will post world demand of $15.2 billion in 2016, up 4.3 percent annually from 2011. Tissue sealants will see the fastest gains, spurred by improvements in available products and speed advantages in the closing of minor surgical incisions and wounds. Nonetheless, sutures and staples will continue to dominate world wound closure demand based on well established perf

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Plus you have to understand that the 1st quarter is the weakest of any year due to insurance deductible. So if they can increase their weakest quarter by 3-5 million this is sets up a great growth stage for the next 3 quarters. Here's to 30-40% growth this year!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    31% growth...BUT

    by nudell1212 Apr 10, 2016 11:01 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 10, 2016 11:06 PM Flag

    Just think of the big picture. Nothing is coming close. They are shutting down all the competition! Game on!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    candyass

    by wendycushing38 Apr 18, 2016 4:32 PM
    stemcellmagnet stemcellmagnet Apr 18, 2016 8:27 PM Flag

    Halloween just come clean. you are broke as a joke! who else would have all this free time to work a message board. my guess is even if you were able to short at the prices you claim there is still the cost to borrow! you def can't afford that with your losses!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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