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NeoStem's New York City Adult Stem Cell Collection Center Has Opened and Begun Collections
Date:12/4/2008

e of stem cell collection and long term storage.

"We, at NeoStem continue to be encouraged by the success stories occurring around the globe involving adult stem cell therapies, and are confident in our belief that having readily available adult stem cells that are harvested while they are abundant and healthy, is an integral component to successful potential life saving therapies. Evidence of the enormous potential that adult stem cells possess, is evident in the recently reported case involving Claudia Castillo, a Barcelona resident who had recently undergone surgery, and was the first person to receive a new branch of her windpipe, which had been previously destroyed by Tuberculosis, grown in a lab using her own adult stem cells. According to her doctors, without this breakthrough operation this past June, her lung would have had to have been removed. Today, after the operation, Claudia reportedly is able to look after her two children and can continue to lead a normal life." http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/article5183686.ece?prin t=yes&randnum=1228238717140 (Due to the length of the URL, please cut and paste into browser.)

Dr. Yaffe, who is a board-certified internist and a digestive disease subspecialist, further added, "At Yaffe, Ruden and Associates, we work hard to stay ahead of the medical curve and use the latest medical equipment and medical information to help our patients stay healthy and be prepared for the future. We pride ourselves on giving individualized care to the over 1200 patients we treat each week. We use standard of care as well as incorporate new technologies that become available as data emerges on new advancements in medicine. We are pleased and excited to bring the NeoStem process to our patients and give them the opportunity to secure "bio-insurance" for
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