New stem cell book highlights the patient perspective

The following is an excerpt.

The Healing Cell, just out from Hachette Press, deals with promising stem cell therapies from the patient perspective– and that’s a good thing.

Written by Robin Smith, CEO of NeoStem  and Monsignor Tomasz Travny of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture and Max Gomez, medical correspondent for CBS New York, the book is part of the non-profit Stem for Life Foundation’s ongoing efforts to highlight the promising therapies using stem cells taken from the patient’s own body.

The Healing Cell is a positive contribution to the stem cell field–and the collected cases of the patients alone (both the ones that end happily and the ones that don’t) make it a must-have book for anyone interested in the promise of regenerative medicine.

View the original article here: New Stem Cell Book Highlights The Patient Perspective

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