Recherches Docteur Lill and stem Cells

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Recherches Docteur Lill and stem Cells

Messagepar Conspirator » Dim Mar 22, 2009 5:44 pm

http://www.cedars-sinai.edu/841.html

http://www.wndu.com/mmm/headlines/41514472.html

http://www.latimes.com/features/health/ ... ?track=rss

Par rapport à son témoignage pour une leucémique de Calgary, cet aveu !!!! :

"What has actually been more difficult has been looking after a number of Jehovah's Witness patients who we have not transplanted who have had diseases such as leukemia and have been getting induction chemotherapy for acute leukemia, and I do not think it's really possible to get them through that in any safe way. I have had one patient survive induction therapy for acute mild leukemia, and a number of patients, young patients, who have died from anemia. That is a much more difficult thing to come to grips with. The transplants have been relatively straightforward and very safe. "

Dans https://www.ivanhoe.com/channels/p_chan ... HAN-100021


http://www.communityoncology.net/journa ... 312776.pdf

Avec ce passage interessant:

"to 84 × 10 /µL.
Apheresis raises two concerns in
the Jehovah’s Witness population. The
first concern centers on the traditional
use of fresh frozen plasma as a storage
medium for the stem cells. Because
plasma is defined as a primary blood
component, Jehovah’s Witnesses can-
not accept this product. An alterna-
tive was found in 5% albumin. The
second concern is the small number
of red blood cell contaminants among
the collected stem cells. Because the
red blood cells are not the intent of the
transplant and are not used for nutri-
tive purposes, many Jehovah’s Wit-
nesses deem their presence acceptable."
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Re: Recherches Docteur Lill and stem Cells

Messagepar Conspirator » Dim Mar 22, 2009 6:17 pm

Ce qu'est l'apheresis:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apheresis

Donc il y a bien des globules rouges ou blancs qui se mélangent aux "stem cells"

mais le pompom est là:

Stem cells are ‘parent’ cells which produce red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. When these cells mature they leave the bone marrow space and enter the blood. Stem cells most often stay inside the bone marrow.

http://www.uwhealth.org/healthfacts/B_E ... 42194.html

Les "Stem cells" sont les cellules "parentes" des globules rouges, blanches et des plaquettes (partie du sang interdit chez les TJ)
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