35 Burst results for "Stems"

Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Biden urges unity to stem racial hate after Buffalo shooting

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Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Feds interview deadly supermarket shooting suspect's parents

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Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

"You've written this superlative work inconvenient minority. Everybody needs to get this book. Everybody needs to read this book. The attack on Asian American excellence and the fight for meritocracy by Kenny Shu that's ex you Kenny shoe. I know you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a group psychologist, but you are out there. You are traveling the nation, talking about this discrimination. I have to ask a question based upon my personal experience. I was a fellow at Harvard in the 90s and 98 99. And I went to the Kennedy school as a fellow. I took some courses. And right there in the 90s, at the end of the 90s, I saw reverse discrimination. I saw people who were there at Harvard who were clearly there because somebody said, oh, you're the right skin color. You need to be here. And in my year there, I saw these people suffer. I saw them, you know, out of their depth, I saw them struggling to keep up. And I wanted to myself, and now after I've met you, I wonder even more, isn't there some kind of really detrimental effect, you're having on those you think you're helping by putting them in a situation that they're not ready for? Isn't this like a double whammy for the community that they're supposed to be assisting Kenny? First of all, thank you for mentioning that I'm touring the nation and you can book me at color us united dot org organization that are represent. Second of all, let's talk about yes. Let's talk about the damaging effects of racial preferences on the people that they're supposedly trying to help. So new studies have been released. Unfortunately, African Americans who get in because of affirmative action into these top law schools, for example, tend to graduate at the bottom of 25% of their law schools. That leads to lower salaries, that leads to lower confidence and these people, if they were just matched to the law schools in which they were qualified for it, they could have graduated the top of the class, they could have been well sought after for partnerships, law firms, everything like that. So I don't even get the sense that racial preferences is actually even helping these black individuals furthermore a new study showed that black stem majors tend to tend to drop out of stem at much higher rate because of affirmative action because they were put into courses in which they're ill equipped to compete,

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How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

"And with us right now is the founder of this effort, rob Collins, rob, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Glad to be on here. Want to give a shout out to my nephew, who's a member of one of your Georgia chapters at turning point. I was recently with him and he had a bunch of stickers on his computer and he's loud and proud and I love that I'm glad to be on the show. That's awesome. Well, congratulations on the launch. You guys are now public. So talk about the need. And there's a huge market out there to have kind of a non woke credit card. Yeah, I think stems from the fact that ten times a week, 40 times a month, 480 times a year per credit card, and the average American has four credit cards. Your commerce is being used as a weapon against you. And it's not reflecting your values. And I just think there's an opportunity where the largest conservatives are the largest ideological lock in America, yet we don't work together. We don't have a place where we can have a voice. And this is just an opportunity for us all to come together. Move our commerce through one vehicle. And not only increase our voice, but really, really bundle up millions of dollars, and hopefully be trillions, billions of dollars of commerce, and invest in conservative charities. We have a real challenge that people who give aren't listened to by corporate America, people who use their products, aren't listened to by corporate America. And the idea that we can have a credit card that is catered for conservatives but also invest in conservative charity is a huge opportunity and a huge advantage. I believe in the future to reassert our voice into corporate America. Yeah, so it's coin dot com.

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Long-serving Utah US Senator Orrin Hatch dies at age 88

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Long-serving Utah US Senator Orrin Hatch dies at age 88

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Netflix aims to curtail password sharing - and bring in ads

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Netflix aims to curtail password sharing - and bring in ads

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Prof: Some Minors Enthusiastically Initiate Sexual Activities w Adults

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last month

Prof: Some Minors Enthusiastically Initiate Sexual Activities w Adults

"Professor says it's ineffective to assume a sexual relationship between a young person and adults predatory and criminal. Play cut ten. Also, if young people are initiating sexual activities with adults or enthusiastically involved, we can't be effective in working with them if we assume that all such relationships start with a predatory or criminally inclined inclined adult. Saying that we can't assume that all these relationships start between a young person and an adult is predatory or criminal. Now this is off the heels of many similar commentary, where people are saying that, look, it's not like there was one in particular said, I can't find anything morally wrong between a pedophile and a child. Now this should be the line. For many people. This should be the line where we say this is extraordinary. This is outrageous, but instead this is what happens when you send your kid to college. They learn this nonsense. So a child who doesn't have any experience in life is now being blamed essentially if he or she starts feeling sexual attractions toward a predator. Children are easy prey for predators, but this is all part of a pedophile agenda. That seems to be gaining steam not saying that it's a legislative agenda yet, but you actually see what happens in California, Gavin Newsom signed a law I think it was SB one 45, a decriminalization of pedophilia, where pedophiles no longer have to sign up to the sex register database. Now, this all stems out of the lack of strong and clear moral teaching in our country. When you

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Biden aims at 'ghost gun' violence with new federal rule

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Biden aims at 'ghost gun' violence with new federal rule

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How Can We Educate the Government to Reclassify Stem Cells?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:32 min | Last month

How Can We Educate the Government to Reclassify Stem Cells?

"How can there be more pressure put on the federal government, especially in declaring stem cells to be drugs to get them just reclassified as, you know, frankly, the blood or anything else that we use. What is where is that in the process right now? You know, that's a really good question and I would love to have an opportunity to speak to some of the people in the Senate and even in the house or people who are actively involved in healthcare and the government level to give them a look at the latest data and safety factors. With what's been published in peer reviewed journals to show them this is something that really should be have a second look at at this point in time. But again, we'll be fighting the big industries that do whatever they can to lobby against this. It's going to be a tough, but I think it's going to be a very difficult battle. But at the same time, I think what we're doing out of the country is allowing us to gather more and more safety data to show and present to the government here that this is the future of medicine. And we have within our bodies a regenerative potential to use to really extend health span dramatically. And if I could entertain you for about a minute and tell you what happened to Vatican, this was one of the biggest moments of my life. So I was presenting my research how we could reverse the aging process in adult stem cells from 80 year old people bring their stem cells back to 30 year old functioning stem cells without moving or replacing genes. So when I finished the head cardinal and I was doing this in front of global TV and the whole college of cardinals. So they had cardinals from the Vatican science department stood up and said to me, young man, why would you want to make people live longer? It's against God's will. So you can imagine, I'm thinking, what am I going to say here? And it's funny because I looked over his head and there I saw one of the statues from Michelangelo and something it just dawned on me. So I said to him, your holiness, this is not about making people live longer. It's about helping them live healthier and giving them a few extra years of healthy quality time. Not that they're going to live longer, but they're going to be healthier the last part of their lives.

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Why Dr. Vincent Giampapa Collects Stem Cells in Costa Rica

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:55 sec | Last month

Why Dr. Vincent Giampapa Collects Stem Cells in Costa Rica

"You brought up something interesting and you talk about our current model of medicine. I have a lot of friends in the medical industry and a medical profession who have done this. And we sort of left this one out here for a little bit. Let's bring it back now. You can collect themselves here, but you collect them in Costa Rica, correct? Yeah, so you can collect them and store them here. But then they'd have to be transferred to Costa Rica and that transfer process is three or $4000 just to transfer them. So that's why we say people. And you can get treated. So if you come to ours, our center there, and frankly, you can see it's called both you look on the web, RMI international dot com. You will see something that looks like rodeo drive in Beverly Hills, and it is an unbelievable state of the art facility, and it's the only facility in Central America that has government license to legally do

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How Do We Capture Stem Cells? Dr. Vincent Giampapa Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

How Do We Capture Stem Cells? Dr. Vincent Giampapa Explains

"Let's take this and break it down a little bit. I mean, in looking at the, you know, all the aspects of what you just talked about, you know, starting at 20, 50, some, you know, we have people at different places. Let's explain that process. What does that mean if I was sitting here today and I came to you and said, you know, doctor J pop, I want to talk about my stem cell and capture those. What does capturing mean? What does it entail? That kind of stuff. So, first of all, let me explain what the situation is here in the U.S. and frankly in most countries globally. So in most countries, you can collect store stem cells as in the U.S.. We can collect them, store them for future use. We can't give them to back to you. Okay, so under very limited circumstances. For instance, if you have cancer, if you are part of a research study in a major university, then you could use your cells. Frankly, most people even store the cord blood of their children can't really use those unless there's a very limited potential application for those cells. So excuse me. So the secret here is if we can collect and store them, why can't we use them? And so we'll get into that and maybe in a few minutes. But the secret here is today, we can collect your cells and store them. And there's a certain medications we give for three days prior to a collection, which releases billions and billions of stem cells of all three types into your body. That actually really is the first treatment people get when they go to collect because that release a billions of cells is a regenerative treatment. Those cells will start to repair damage and your blood vessels boost your immune function. And decrease the inflammation we're all fraught with as we get

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Dr. Vincent Giampapa Describes the 'Disease' of Aging

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Dr. Vincent Giampapa Describes the 'Disease' of Aging

"You've just brought up something interesting and let's dive into it just a little bit and that is that aging process, explain to our listeners, you know, some of them we got a lot of folks who are young, they're still trying to say, how do they stay young, get more active, you have a lot of listeners in their 50s, like myself, 40s that are in that process of changing. You have also some older listeners. Explain what you mean by the cell and that cell breakdown and using that from a health perspective, not just fixing the quote immediate problem, but the healthy underlying issue as well. So let me explain this is that basically for the first time, the American medical society as well as the World Health Organization is really starting to consider aging a disease. Now this is a quantum leap forward from where we've been in the past. And once we start considering aging is a disease that we now feel it can be treated. We have the technology and science to do that. So underlying this whole this whole process of aging are changes in a number of areas in our body. Our stem cells are really the regenerative system that we're all born with. And by the way, we're all born with a fixed number of stem cells. And I like to use the analogy that would you walk into a car dealer and say to them, I want that beautiful car, but you only get one tank of gas. And you drive that car, now if you don't really take care of that car, it's not going to take you that far. And that's really the analogy that we have with our bodies. So we're all born with a fixed number of stem cells. And what that really means is, as our body cells wear out, those stem cells are called to the areas where there's been damage or wear and tear, and they have to replace the tissues, our heart, our lungs, our muscles, our ligaments, even our brain cells.

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Doug Welcomes Stem Cell Expert Dr. Vincent Giampapa to the Show

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Doug Welcomes Stem Cell Expert Dr. Vincent Giampapa to the Show

"Today's gonna be a great episode. It's one that I've been fascinated now for a while and the things that we're gonna talk about aging stem cells, the advancements in technology, how we deal with our health and our bodies and it's just something that everybody deals with. We're all the time here talking about different issues on the Doug Collins podcast from politics to life to every day. And this one is one I've been excited about for years and as someone who has looked into it, look at how stem cells, the usage of them and also our in our bodies, how we can help make our bodies better. It's been something that I've always wanted to dive into deeper, but also have somebody that can actually be an expert on it in this today is exciting because we have doctor Vincent GM pop on. One of the leading experts in this field. He's been nominated for a Nobel peace, a Nobel Prize Peace Prize probably if he got this all right. But a Nobel Prize on his work, but also many patents, and just in an exciting kind of comment today, we're going to have a great time discussing this. So doctor Jim papa, welcome to the show. My pleasure, Doug, my pleasure. An amazing topic because the model of medicine today is a model that is antique and really can't handle what's going to happen in the immediate future. That is a growth of the aging population on a global basis. You know, today's model of medicine treats symptoms with medications, but not the origin of the diseases we all suffer as we get older. And stem cell therapies are one of the key ways in order to really make a major difference in people's health as we get older, quality of life. And can dramatically drop the cost of healthcare in the future too.

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Biden Administration Announces End to Title 42 Restrictions

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden Administration Announces End to Title 42 Restrictions

"As if the border crisis isn't damaging enough with two and a half million illegal migrants having crossed into the United States since Joe Biden took office. Now the administration is going to make it exponentially worse by unwinding the last Trump era restriction. The title 42 policy implemented by the Trump administration during the pandemic to allow border officials to quickly expel migrants on public health grounds will be terminated next month. The CDC announced Friday. Title 42 was the last tool border officials had to stem the flow of illegal migration for more than a 150 countries across the southern border.

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Joe Biden's Border Madness

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Joe Biden's Border Madness

"Joe Biden's open border policies were stymied a little bit by two decisions. One was a remain in Mexico policy that was imposed by a Texas judge and that slowed down Biden's open border enthusiasm. And the other was a title 42 public health expulsions, which was the idea that because of COVID, there was there were policies that returned applicants for asylum to their home countries, again stemming the tide of people coming into this country illegals. Now, Biden is now lifting these tidal 42 restrictions, which means there's going to be a lot more people coming into the country. How many no one knows for sure, but some estimates, this is a recent article, perhaps 500,000 migrants arriving at the border. Wow. Big number. And this is not because COVID is gone over. On the contrary, it's because the Biden people feel emboldened to sort of start up, you know, kind of start up their engines again. The driving force here is Mallorca's, who basically wants to just, he wants to take a bad problem and make it worse. In fact, he doesn't mind the fact that these border cases of clogged the courts. See when people file for asylum, they're assigned a kind of court case. And there's a huge backlog of one and a half million people backlog. So that means that it could be four to 6 years before your case comes up. And what did the Biden people intend to do? Well, they intend to release these people in the United States in the meantime. Kind of like show up and you know, 2024 for your court hearing. Now, some of them will show up, some of them won't show up. But these guys don't care. The Biden administration has no internal system of monitoring to make sure that they know where people are, make sure they show up for trial. None of that. This is just part of a scheme to in a sense wreck the immigration restriction system. And in a sense, flout the

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 Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1

"Skid with a two to one win versus the red wings in overtime breakpoint won it with a power play goal to twenty eight into the extra session scoring off a rebound of Steven Stamkos shot stem co scored a third period power play goal for the lightning tying it was four thirty eight left in regulation Anthony Cerami system both Tampa goals Brian Elliott made twenty six saves in his first start since March twelfth Oskar Sundqvist was the only red wing to beat Elliott Alex the dog which made thirty four saves for the red wings I'm Jane very

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Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:40 min | 2 months ago

Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?

"While the latest kind of idiocy in this kind of, it all goes back to slavery contest is the concept of tipping. So think about your tip on Uber driver or you go to a restaurant and leave a tip. You check into a hotel and you tip the doorman. The argument is that's due to slavery. That's an American practice, by the way. You don't see it in other countries, at least not in the same degree. And moreover, if you go back, you find that that slave masters, it was after slavery, supposedly that this kind of tipping practice became widespread in the United States. At least this is the narrative according to Nicole Hannah Jones, and Nicole Hannah Jones makes outlandish statements that basically look like she's just come out of a vodka spree, but it turns out that no, she's picking it up from she reads the kind of far left rival literature and she picks up these kinds of claims and then gives them a sort of patina of respectability by sort of parading this in The New York Times and on her social media feed. So you as Nicole Hannah Jones tipping is the legacy of slavery and she goes, and if it's not optional, then it shouldn't be a tip, but just to include it in the bill. Have you ever stopped to think why we tip? Like why tipping is a practice in the U.S. and almost nowhere else. Now I've said before in the podcast, this is downright stupid. I've traveled pretty much all over the world tipping as universal and stepping in Africa. It's tipping in India. But the historian, the economic historian Philip Magnus, who's been on this podcast. Well, what Magnus has done is he's written a kind of thorough article on this tipping issue, and this is a guy who really knows how to dig. So he finds he finds out that Nicole Hannah Jones got her ridiculous claim about tipping from a kind of left wing activist named saru jama. This woman sounds suspiciously Indian and anyway, she's apparently some kind of a health activist, not really an academic of any kind. And she wrote an article which had a paragraph on tipping in all the other leftist sources of picking up her nonsense. In any event, what magnets really shows is that all of this nonsense about tipping tracing to the aftermath of slavery isn't really true. Tipping goes way back to the Middle Ages. In fact, it's so common that tipping is referred to more than once in Shakespeare's plays Magnus quotes an example from 12th night. He goes on to point out that you have European travelers who are writing, this is in the early 1700s. So obviously long before the end of slavery, either in England or in the United States, and they're talking about the common practice of tipping in inns and in taverns and in restaurants and

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41% of Kids Who Go to College Don't Graduate

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

41% of Kids Who Go to College Don't Graduate

"All, 41% of kids that go to college don't graduate. 41%. Every person in this room knows somebody or you are somebody that went to college and you dropped out. There is this belief that you must go to college to get a higher wage. It's just not true. Every one of those studies is faulty because it doesn't factor in what you're actually studying. It doesn't factor in your work ethic, your integrity, all these other different things, right? Not to mention the dropout rate as it is. But let's just look at an average college or university where the average student debt burden is anywhere between 35 to $40,000 and going up from there. So we have a generation of young people who are telling them to go borrow money. They don't have the study things that don't matter to go find jobs that don't exist. Into an increasing marketplace where they're not actually being filled with skills nor are they developing the full human being. So I would be fully on board for college. If every college like hillsdale college, where they're pursuing or they're going deep into the classics, Socrates Plato and Aristotle Aquinas and Augustine and bacon and Newton and they're really diving into the great books. It's the opposite. They're training activists. And instead, it's this community that's been created where they want you to believe there is no God. And if there is a God, it's you. It's like, wow. Okay. You're gone. Yeah, you're God. You can make the decisions you want to make. And I mean, I run a college organization, right? I have visited well over a 175 colleges, turning point USA is now on over 3000 high school and college campuses across the country, right? Grace God. And so I say this with a good amount of authority, which is college is damaging our country more than most people could ever realize. Every major bad idea that makes your head turn and you kind of think stems from a college campus. Every single one.

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"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

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"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:41 min | 8 months ago

"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Everything's to spend is not okay and we can't pass this bill. We can't pass to bills. What's the point of what's our tax dollars going into. I don't know and it's frustrating. It's so frustrating because the republicans at this will be doing the same thing. I don't know who to vote for. It's like why even bother. I tell myself not to get worked up over these things. Because it's it's odd but you gotta think about what the american people are missing out on. If they don't do this we can have child care for people who need it. For every american expand. Social security expand medicaid rebuild. Our roads rebuild. Our bridges redo our airports rebuild. Our broadbands brings you to faster. Internet like south korea. And we're not doing it. Why because they're not our. I'm saying our journal because worthy the united states but the ego of these congressional leaders. That aren't that. Oh you said you were gonna do this or you say you're gonna to do that. Oh well you know. three point. Five trillion dollars is a lot of money. Three point five. Trillion is a lot of money. But it's over the matter of the span of ten years and that's going to happen tomorrow. We have people who go who are democrats who are fighting against that. A mansion and the other a senator who are arguing over that meanwhile every year they go vote for the fucking military budgie and the last past two years. They spent over two point nine trillion dollars in the military over two years compared to the three point five trillion and that would be over ten years and this is to build america back to what it wasn't a super power and we can't do it. I don't know people. I don't know why we can possibly do it. It's like i'm saying it's lose lose. You vote democrat. You get nothing. You will republican. You get nothing. Maybe i should run for office. Maybe i should run for office. And we'll see what happens now. Chapa as president. What would do differently. What would i do as president I don't know. Maybe the first thing i would do as president on because it's dear my heart. I probably fix the immigration system. I try to actually fulfil that promise. I mean we've been hearing back in for them immigration immigration migration and nothing ever gets done. I would try to fix that problem. That'd be my first thing. Legislation fix the immigration system and people say the economy because believe it or not immigration affects the economy. A lot to that. I was working economy. three I don't know i've never really gave it much. Thought what else. I would do and probably dope though thinking about being president. You get to do whatever you want and nothing will ever happen to you share. Look at trump. He did whatever he wants. Nothing ever happened to him. So what why. Why can't i do whatever i want. Nothing happened to me. You know who knows what happened. I can't imagine being president either. That pressure on their everyone. Play me for stupid shit. And that's one thing that frustrates me like we blame. We've did it. And i and i feel frustrations for trump to us. You know we blame trump for a lot of bush that he said and he did. But it wasn't necessarily not always as fault. It was a lot of bullshit between congress and the senate and the same thing. Now you know. Joe biden's under he's trump agenda. It's the same bullshit between the democrat and republican over and over again so you know what day. It doesn't matter who we vote for to be honest..

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"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I'm only calling out these shows because it's the one that i saw when i was at the gym and i thought about it not because any amount Like mountains or whatever towards them. It's just what i thought and the gummy upset for them. Quick mohan but you know what you know what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna i'm gonna get a six pack and i'm gonna go under and then there i'm gonna be like fuck you guys. I don't wanna do this shit. I'm out and then see how they do. What the ratings. We'll see we'll see but keep the glycine going out the hypocrisies and the outrageousness of what's going on. There's another big thing going on in this week and it's actually more important to talk about this the bachelor bachelorette because it's going to affect us More directly than anything that we're going to be facing. Besides i mean aside from kobe. That the government's going to be doing that's gonna affect us so i if you don't know the government right now is in the process of three things. One passing the first instrument infrastructure bill for one trillion dollars. Then their government's trying to wreck to the reconciliation of the infrastructure and other infrastructure. Bill for three point five trillion dollars and on top of that they have to work to raise the debt ceiling because if they do not than the us defaults on its debt and it causes a big thing so this is where my frustration stems on everything. Okay so the issue with the frustration of what the government's doing okay. Right now the house the senate and the white house democrats me. I'm a hardcore democrat. Eileen left i'm never been afraid to say. I do but mostly i will also criticize them. When they're not doing their job and right now they are not doing their job. The fact that we cannot pass a fucking infrastructure bill to fix the damn roads fixed these damn bridges and get into the fucking twenty second century and even into the twenty first century. Are fucking railroads were built in eighteen hundreds and the fact that we cannot pass something like this with a full democratic legislation. it's so frustrating at that point. What's the difference if it's a democrat or republican in the fucking government. Why are we doing with these. Two party systems. It's so annoying. And it's more knowing that it stems from like soup progressive. Democrats are not hopping on the board to pass the agenda. Listen i get it c. You want to pass a super progressive things the senator the girl from minnesota the the muslim girl forgot alon omar thing. Her name is bashing. I apologize the you guys were making a big. You wanna be to be democrats but you want to be so super progressive that. You're stalling the agenda. That's going to help a million americans because you want to have this much cheese more wave looking things come on now. It's getting redick at this point. Who do we vote for. If i vote republican. I don't get what i want and democrat. I still don't get what i want. So who are. We going to vote for me. Because i i don't know anymore at this is a fucking vote. I don't even know who put trump trump back at this point. What are we doing. You can't pass a simple bill. And then you had nancy pelosi and you have fucking chuck schumer go into the white house and saying. Oh it's going to be okay. It's gonna be okay. It's gonna in this listen people..

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"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:30 min | 8 months ago

"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I hate these tacky ash shows. Listen i'm all for it. Listen i get it you wanna do you wanna do. That's fine but please if you're going to promote this show than don't fucking go around saying body positively because it's not realistic okay. Nobody's gonna look like fucking chisel jaw six-foot-three moscow or a girl who's five foot ten blonde. Blue eyes are brunette fucking. Skinny is just not real and the odds of you meeting that type of person real world. It's never gonna happen okay. You have the few that will but the majority of the people you're gonna meet our average looking people like you and me. Is it some type of like you know you live vicariously through the program and you're like oh that'd be cool to do i don't know but people wash to show and they have fucking what's even worse if they make into such a big thing. They had literally shows dedicated just to this and then on top of that they have fucking they have shows. And you know i got this. What's even more frustrating for me. Is that these people claimed that they never have love and that that are just like an. They literally have to go and try out for these shows. I know people who literally i. So i have a friend who has who has a cousin another friend. Who's of a trailer attractive person. I seen him. You know what it is what it is looking dude look and do and he tried out for the show and he got very far along the producers but they had an accident for being the next basher. But you know why you know why people take a guess. Because he wasn't tall enough he wasn't tall enough and they said nope. You gotta be over six foot. Are you fucking kennedy right now. First of all the average american is even over six for. You're looking five ten five eleven but hey that's what they wanna do with these fucking shows lesson i. They're going to keep putting him out me talking about. It isn't going to do anything. But i had to get it off my chest because i'm sitting there at the gym thinking like wow i can make my own shot. This point a reality. Tv and youtube of me. Just fucking sitting there you know going around people say am i a bachelor. Am i gonna get to rose today. Are you gonna cut my sten- migrant to be able to stay here so and it may sound like an all out but the show people i don't i don't watch the show. I'm telling you this. I don't watch it. I don't i just see the highlights of it and things of that and then people people post on social media. But we'll see maybe one day they will come out. I know they've done show like next. Or whatever where it's like an average person to get average those shows like that was back in like the early two thousands. Maybe they'll do something like that. I get now. Hopefully because if not i don't know how much more i can deal with it before blow gasket. I mean already blue on today but how much more can we do. How much more can can keep going before. No one watches these shows and the only people who really watching i mean. I'm not going to see the superficial. Because shit i watched a credential since they came out and that's literally the waste of television. So who am i to say what superficial. And what's not but i mean i guess there has to be some substance behind it. I don't know. I would like to see an average looking person on there either whether it'd be a bachelorette or bachelor or whatever it may be and they have other game shows that do the same thing. I'm not just calling out the..

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"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"stems" Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"Ladies and germs germs and ladies. This is odd blah coach talk which again recording from my bedroom. Our studio computer is still down at the moment is being reworked in the motherboards rebuilt. So until that time comes. I'm going to be doing it for my phone but this week. I get a load off my chest people. The other day. I was at the gym and i was working out and hold on just shows here and i was watching the. Tv's i was on the treadmill. And i was in. And i saw the bachelor on tv now. I'm not a big bachelor guy. So i don't know much about it. I know that it's a big show. For these networks like mtv each one e they have their own types of shows and regarding the same thing and into the bachelor the bachelorette..

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

07:44 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Really import. It's a good question about your covering it because it's It's something that it's different for. Everybody just like i mentioned you know. There's some people that we have a protocol where they have to come back for years. Maybe every three or four months For a lot of people especially people that are looking at this as more of a proactive. Preventative measure What we call a fountain of youth people that are coming back just for rejuvenation. That's a words a year maybe once every other years. If you're healthy people that are hiding athletes. That are treating major injuries. Sometimes it is one and done you know. Sometimes it's one orthopedic application and they get all the results either. Healed and back in the region witty built or titles or whatever the next the next flight yeah exactly and then. There's people like you that have multiple multiple injuries and had been suffering for many years And so you know we might try to address that in one shot and it might work but it's like any other medical procedure guarantees and things have to be addressed in multiple different sometimes. So yes sometimes. It's it takes multiple treatments eric. Here all this. This brings a lot of hope to people. You know a lot of what we do. When we were veterans and service accusors members and the first responders community is. We are working with broken relationships A lack of purpose lack of direction. Because of you know whether it's the traumas being carried through life or it's the physical pain is being carried through life. it's a combination of both that impacts every other area of life. So it's it's interesting to hear you talk about this because people find you know healing in one area. They're able to grow in other areas. And i think a lot of hope two wives and kids into Communities that that need to see broken hurting people get the help that they need. One of the things. chad. And i've talked about a lot over the years. Is that what we do. Should be done in cooperation with others. Who are also working to you. Know to to fix the other areas you know. We're not against science against medicine. We're not against any of these things but we are against is masking pain and you know throwing throwing drugs at things that really. There is a solution for that. And you offer that. Which i think is awesome. I think this is exactly what we need to be. talking about. Particular veteran against real world solution were actually figuring out the solutions issues. They get real solutions. Not just not just masking as realistic together on that. Which is why. Wanna talk again. And we'll probably ask to talk to you again. Because i think this is exactly what our community needs to be discussing his how to do this. How do people find out more about your company treatments available It answers to questions. Maybe this again doesn't apply to everyone. Where do people need to start to begin figuring out what to do next. I would implore people to research stem cell therapy. Unfortunately i have to do a lot of digging out to find out that you know. Maybe some of the highest level sciences offshore definitely look into a company like ours Bio accelerators company where a bio accelerator dot com with an accent bio accelerator. Be i oh excellent in cell reader And then also if you look for testimonials and some of our great success stories we have a fantastic youtube channel and then we're on every social media platforms as well so instagram underbid stories there as well facebook and Immediately did so we've got a presence. I would say please lucas up without the help you again in just to be super clear listeners. This is this. Your company by accelerated is available for people who want to give this treatment that could make a finding new website. Try to get if a treatment and travel to your clinic in columbia katrina yup please. We're open for business. We're helping people every single day and we wanna to help as many as possible. We're not gonna help you if you don't think you're going to have a real result. And to your point. Germany chat we work with at their organizations and companies. And so it's not just a stem cell therapy that you're going to receive with us. We prescribe many other modalities and it's a long term commitment. You know we are getting to the systemic root of the problem not masking the symptoms. So you're gonna be with us. We call each other patients in our staff. Your bio on. But yeah once you're with us. It's a long commitment. We're going to get you healthy. And we're gonna die. We have once once. What's next for by accelerator. You look down the road Hopefully part of what's next is making more available in the united states. But how do you see your company growing and continue to move forward. Yeah i would love it if the regulation was more favorable in the us. Because like i said earlier there is no debate. In the scientific community. That stem cells are both safe and effective. My company is doing it on a daily basis. The best part of my job is getting a phone calls when people are three months or six months or a year out of treatment going. Oh my gosh you know. My my life has changed. I you know. I was about to get divorced because of the pain. I had an on waking up. And you know everything's great and so that's the best part of my job. I know this therapy is helping many many people. I would like to help make any more. So yeah if we could have a footprint in the united states in how regulators kind of define what is legal or not legal that would be fantastic And then the thing that i said earlier you know. I'd like to see this. Become a more preventative treatment. Instead of people coming to us after they have an orthopedic injury or after they've discovered autoimmune disease come to us every year smaller doses every year for vented personalized in getting out in front of the problem before it becomes a problem. Also eric thank you very much for spending more time with us Yeah great conversation. I learned a lot such important thing. I understand it. It's almost like a weird place. Where some of the sounds of. Please excuse me from saying this but a little gimmicky rights. I guess cells like against gimmicky thing. But it's not at all. It's something that we have to understand. And if we're not looking into actually treat the injuries and treat. The problems were missing adverts so many so many firsthand personal testimonies from those who have traveled and add this done and i mean just people talk about trump. They tried everything physically. Get their bodies healed and they had this done in just miraculous healing and our message always is on this show. Elsewhere is You have to have a spiritual foundation. You have to have the right spiritual foundation. That's what you have to build on But then you need to also accept that are here has given some incredible people the wisdom and the ability to understand that ellison and we'd take advantage that air. Thank you very much Hopefully we'll talk again For listening you're watching bio accelerator. Check them out kirk. Staffers appreciate the work that they're doing and share this out. i think this is one of those episodes. You can share out with people that are going through something they tried. Maybe everything looking for solutions and this may be the solution that they need so again. Eric thank you for that watching listening. Thank you for doing so. If you're listening take some time. Go to youtube a you can find this video of many others. That would be helped you as well if we can do anything for the mighty oaks foundation. Please don't hesitate to reach out. You can find us at my folks programs dot org mighty programs dot org. And w they're watching. We'll talk to you next time..

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"On a daily basis things that just have no solutions on. Unfortunately you know that. That happens a lot in the younger years but mostly it's autism so it's very specific type of autism. We're really just starting down that path. here in columbia. The regulation is very strict Just like the fda so we're not here because of the regulation it's actually the opposite. They just happen to have a better process to get some of these therapies into the hands of of Patients that need it so we've just been approved to be a treatment facility for autism as well. So that's the biggest bucket for kids that diabetes type one There's something called the honeymoon period. And if you catch when you start to catch diabetes type woolen when it's not necessarily a diet and lifestyle disease but it's more the beta cell and and you start having symptoms like lot loss of eyesight and teague culture your nation when those symptoms start rising. That's when you catch that your your. Maybe an early onset diabetes in central works really. Well if you can get him in that so those are usually children. Also autism is a big issue of religion physician. But what is it about stem cells. That is able to have an impact on autism autism. Typically it's it's a combination of Disease neurological condition. It's a lot of times we think it starts in your got is your second grade But for us and specifically to your question the type of autism that we would just be Something that had to do with inflammation in the brain. So that's something that just like with our veterans and our high impact athletes cells. Were very very well at reducing inflammation and we have a specific technique. That helps pass the blood brain barrier. That i mentioned earlier so it would just be that form of autism. There's many other forms of autism that we would have patient because it's just not it's not specific enough. What about. I mean one of the biggest killers. The united states is is heart disease Stems stem cell. Have any impact on heart disease. High blood pressure. Of course yes. Oh one of the first things that stem cells when you're taking them intravenously as they go through the pulmonary system They end up kind of sticking around and working for the heart as well But yeah so we see again. It goes down to reducing inflammation in most cases But sometimes with some of the therapies combined with a stem cell. Yeah we're seeing results cardiac in heart related disease. Sounds like you know. There's so much ambiguity. Sometimes with illness it's harder than point. What's going on and and so is often treated again with medication. A it seems like we could flip that over. And start with stems stem cell therapies. We really good out a lot of the problems. Bring some clarity. What the actual issues are determine if it's his neurological of his physiological if its psychological what exactly is going on it seems that stem cells can really cut through a lot of innocent. This we see. Eric this what we see in our work mighty oaks foundation. What we're dealing with we. We believe we're dealing with spiritual wounds of trauma when you know. We believe that when someone goes combat experiences combat trauma they really dealing with a spiritual which requires a spiritual and that's what mighty oaks provides to help them you know re get a hold of their life again and this whole time. They've been dealing with not dealing with the root cause but they've been dealing with the symptoms. They've been taking medications for the symptoms and not really dealing with the real problem. And that's again that's emotional or spiritual level but with you in a physical level you know. People were probably still dealing with the symptoms now. The the root cause seems like stem-cell attacks regardless. Yeah we think. I mean i think. The trajectory of my company in the industry in general is gonna start to focus more on health optimization immunity and longevity and all of that is preventative. that's not being reactive. And it's not treating the symptoms so i think we're going to have you know i wanna make my mood. Shot goal is to have one hundred years old. The new sixty on but all of that is all of that prevented. So yeah you guys are exactly right right now. Our medical system and it's considered to be one of the best in the world. I would argue that. There's other countries that are doing some pretty incredible things too but But would i would propose. Is that our entire medical system. Needs to have a paradigm shift to proactive instead of reactive. We're sick care not healthcare instead sells one of those things that And we have people do it all the time. I just had a family down here. That was their fifth year in rogier And they're just and they're healthy as a horse but They they know they need to keep the immune system boosted. They need to have I think they they may have coined the term tonight i saw it in a testimonial but they they just keep boosting their stem cell quantity in their body so that they don't have injuries so they can heal from injuries faster. Or so they're immune system. is better than they. Don't get sick as often in so yeah it's a preventative measure for sure. One of the things. You weren't things you said earlier. That really stuck out to me. You said a stem cells not medicine that click that resonated with me. Right away is is not medicine. But what do you mean by that. Well it's really. It's a science and so medical doctors aren't necessarily trained on stem cell. There might be a small meals. A couple of courses in med school. But they're not experts in stem cell. It's not synthetic at all right. There's no sense nathanson at all about it. Which is now these are. these are live cells. these are live. cells that Don't you'll scientifically don't have a rejection. So there's no There's there's really no rejection. Your body has for the stem cell whether cheers or allergenic from another source on. But it's it's phd's in either microbiology or protein biochemistry protein by bacteriology. It's phd's that are in the laboratory producing the science and there's a lot that goes into it. It's very specific. I make it sound easy. It's not it's very expensive to produce. It's very specific. You have to have very very specific Medical equipment to produce this In reagents in culture media in in all sorts of scientific knowledge but once you have those experts like we do in the laboratory and you get it out of the out of the laboratory. Now you need a doctor to apply in the appropriate way last question for me now but you wrapping up jeremy. So i've heard you say a couple of times like you know a couple of case that he's you talked about had to come back multiple times this sometimes one treatment enough. How long is the treatment last. Generally different everyone. How long's it treatment last.

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

07:50 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"On where we're treating intramuscular into articulate. We we have a proprietary piece that that it's fantastic for the veterans and the hypoc hypoc athletes. Which is inter legal application which is essentially a lumbar puncture So just like Epidurals so it's something that's very very regularly and safely a we have our neurosurgeons do it. So we also have people that are very qualified to do that brown but that helps pass the blood brain barrier and now you have stem cells acted stem cells. Sometimes hundreds of millions that are actively trying to reduce the inflammation in your brain and improve and promote you. Yeah it's irk you the one of one of your many many roles in the chairman trustee of solutions for healthier world foundation So look your bio and things that you've been involved in clearly. This is something you're passionate about and you want to make sure that you have access to these treatments. Can you talk about that foundation a little bit and beyond that. I'd love to hear some some stories. Some success stories when people talk about this and they wonder well what can be expected. What has happened. What kind of healing takes place kind of sounds like voodoo to those of us. That don't know you talk about the foundation. A little bit and talk about some of the successes that you've seen some of the you know the big stories of people experienced real ulan us. Okay yeah perfect so Solutions found we call it but it solutions for healthier world foundation is Like you said it's something that share and passionate about because we help people and we help people that are less fortunate. Have access to things like extensive therapy It's not just stem cell therapy. It's health related. It's finding solutions You know for a healthier world has by basically it it being in this business on a daily basis. Till on your heartstrings. You know we hear some just incredible stories incredibly devastating stories You know i am i. We have to be in business to help people. So it is a business But we also wanna give back to the community so solutions for health. Your world is a way to give back to some of the under communities like veterans communities on also children Those are kind of our our focuses mainly on we have done some work outside of that but mostly children inner understood communities and veterans and Yeah it's been a lot of fun. And i wish we could help more people so if anybody wants to go donate people but either way we're we're doing defining we're helping people and then moving on to some of the success stories and we've seen some of these through our foundation on but mostly from a company side you know. We treat dozens dozens of patients Weekly basis so. I would say that if since we've been talking a lot about veterans all talk about nicholas. I nicholas is a veteran visit australian special forces. I calling sas Which i am not a bad but You know i i understand that there You know a pretty elite organization and they participate with Us forces in the big five and so he was. He saw a lot of combat I think he did. You know over a dozen tours and And so he was really beat up from an orthopedic standpoint but something that we touched on earlier is that some of his injuries started spiraling into also neurological issues Some of it was ptsd. Probably some of it was traumatic brain injury and so there was a whole host of things going on with nicholas and And one of the things that he found. Is that the minute that you know that that. Ptsd was brought up. Doctors immediately pushed him off and just said know. It's a psychological. We can't help you because he was adding all sorts of other auto. Immune type symptoms Sleep deprivation sensitivity to light Terrible fatigue along with his other issues. So like i said you know for lack of veterans was beat up but now that i've gotten to know him personally and he shared this before and allowed us to talk about it so i'm not saying anything. Turn around to a point where he was suicidal egypt. Couldn't live the agency himself living another year And so this was stem. Cell was a last ditch effort for him so when we were saw we call nico now but when we saw nicholas You know he was. He was at a place where his body was not keeping up with the degeneration both multiple so his protocol took a long time. It took it took a couple of years. It wasn't just a one shot so to speak for him. It was a protocol it took many years But i'm happy to report that. He has at a hundred percent turnaround. He's paid free his symptoms. He's got a nissan life. These are his words not mine But so he you know he. He says it stenciling biote- later saved his life So you know. the. I know that there's many many other vets out there that are experience those type of symptoms that i think we can help And then i have another legal story about a quadriplegic to if you guys have found. Yeah okay cool so yeah. Dustin bunch man. What cool guy. He was a firefighter. He went out to lake havasu and and as he did every year with his family had a young daughter and he was out on his boat and safe place that they had worked for twenty years and dove off the boat and this year water's very shallow so he was immediately paralyzed from the neck down and And he almost drowns is lucky that he had some dramatic buddies also trading in self toward. He didn't drown in that moment. But anyways when we saw him We caught his injury very early But he he was a quadriplegic when he came here in columbia. And i happen to be at that time travel back and forth between the states. I was lucky enough to be here and spend some time with him on his first trip. And just like nicholas. His protocol takes many many many treatments especially with something. Severe a spinal cord injury but You know the one thing he said to me on that first trip was you know. I know. This is experimental. Eric and i know that we injuries as severe as it comes. But if you guys could give me to a place where i could at least just hold. My daughter did You know. I think that will be all i could ask for And so over the course of the next two years or so which great improvement from him One of the things that he didn't ask for but i think he would consider to be it. Amazing turnaround is that he's now Controlling his bowels bladder so he doesn't have twenty four hour day sunday. We care you know so dignity in his life But he's also holding his daughter so he has movement in his arms. He can move his arms. He can brush his teeth. You can see himself. He has feeling in his legs. He has some mobility in his legs is not walking around. he's never going to run a marathon but You know we're we're seeing some great results with us in awe of its hoping for more of it on these provinces. Can you tell were super excited about awesome. What story look kind of talking about working with children What kind of treatments do you do for children. What is it that they're dealing with that. You're working with autism. Autism is is going to be probably the biggest bucket that we we see with our children. There are some rare diseases You know they they come.

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Ex's oems they come from it ex. Zoellner an extra cellular vesicles that is secreted by the stem cell. Ex-soldier seeing a rise in popularity with some companies out there that are just making x. zones and administering x. zones. That's just a small piece of the puzzle. I mean really. The the stem cell is the intelligence cell of your body so the the shift in what the acronym that i mentioned before. Mse instead of stating for camel stem cell our community is shifting to call it medical signaling cell. Because what the stencil does it. Signals the rest of your body to produce or repair or reducing nation or more sendoff. More ex zones. If that's what you need so we don't necessarily just inject x. zones because your cells already produce those if that's exactly what you were the research you know. There's a lot of research obviously behind this so kind of broadly. Who's leading the. You know the way on researching this and understanding this. And how does a company like yours maintain kind of cutting edge knowledge of what is working. What is not working. What's new and out of nevada. I would imagine it's incredible challenge in signs like this. it is. it's it's a tough company to run. I tell you it's a much more moving parts than a real estate company with that. How do we stay on the cutting edge. It's a lot of research so we're both research organization and also applying that research to patients when we can a lot of that is through clinical trial So you know. That's one of the misnomers about sell a lot of times. People will go and ask their doctor their physician there ambassador orthopedic surgeon. Whatever about stem cell and that doctor may or may not have an opinion on it typically they. They think that it's the future of medicine. Most of them don't know how the future is happening right now. We're actually having great results. But regardless whatever that physician says that the thing is is that this isn't medicine it's really science and then the application of the signs through a physician so it's gotta be you know a company for the best results in my opinion it's gotta be accompanied with both of those aspects. And then you have to have a research component as well to stay ahead of the game because this is a very fast. Moving industry and technology is advancing. So yeah we have a research arm. We have a scientific laboratory that is producing these high-quality cells and our specific proprietary golden cells. And then we also have many many great physicians that are experts at applying it. So there's a lot of moving parts to stay ahead of the curve I i would say that those are the three aspects So myself as. I broke my body up in afghanistan. And you have fourteen years special operations. Twenty preliminary fights lifers jitsu. My body's has been pretty torn up. And through the years i've gotten prone or i've gotten prp I've gotten what you know. I was told with stem cell. David intravenous stem cell treatment. What's the difference between what. I do those things that i've done here in what bio accelerator does at your guys. Location in columbia. Yeah even though we focus on the stem cell therapy. We also think it's very important to do other alternative therapies and as part of our protocol. We prescribed some of those therapies So things like. Prp that you're doing which is platelet rich plasma essentially taking the book blood from your own body in in You know. I'm gonna put it insulin simplistic terms. Let's the the bloods in the centrifuge. Where the platelets change viscosity thicker. Platelets are planet rich plasma which is against simplistically scooped out in in re purpose to wherever you're injuries. On week week we recommend that we prescribe that for our patients pre and post therapy sometimes but we have taken that light years ahead also so we have a product called bio x gel which is essentially a prp derivative But we again through our laboratory or scientific research found a way to multiply that process by three thousand times more potent than anything we see on later right now so but but we think it's important so we also do drp treatments. We do. Things like hiker therapy. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy By by a regulatory therapy And so we prescribe all of that stuff. So i mean there is a major difference. Those are you know what i consider to be. Kind of lower level Efficacy low level science on but still very important in the overall protocol. Now the The state like when. I got the intravenous stem. Cell hair would have been different from that. Intravenous stem cell. That i got the united states. And what i would get well so i don't know anything about your specific treatment. I don't know anything about the company. So i can't talk specifically about what it was that you got up but what i'm seeing in. The industry as a whole in united states is typically much lower level. science it does. I'm not saying that. That's what you got i i again. I don't really think about it. But sure i may generally so typically we're. We're seeing the source of the stem cells in the united states from either marrow aspiration from adipose tissue on which is your own body. And so you know those of us in the community thing that that you know. There's major issues with that because Really you're those cells have been either dormant in your adipose tissue fat or they've been exposed to your environment thirty or forty years horrible however old you are and You know those cells had started started to degrade and degenerate and they're not multiplying fast as they should to keep up with your body's injuries. Otherwise they would have been doing it already. So just taking those from your bone marrow and repurposing somewhere. That doesn't do as it's just so low level compared to what we do but back to your question with the intravenous application bats some gray area that we're not willing to play in a meeting that in the fda they do not look favorably on that yet because they have not defined the The old regulation that was put in place. Thirty thirty five years ago for bone marrow transplants. They just have changed the law. They have kept up with technology. So it's not that it's not safe It's just that it's it's not necessarily legal or illegal. It's just not ruled upon yet. So that's a tough place to be if you're operating company. Yes so you guys. When you guys are actually doing stem cell injections. I guess you're locating specific. Injuries targeting locations. And also intravenous applications so that's something that is also very important as piece of the protocol but yet we'll do specific applications depending.

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

08:02 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Millions of people. yeah. I'm with you when we talking about people that we can help and you know. We spend most of our time in the veteran community or the military community specific to those communities. What are the treatments. What does stem cells. What what do stem cell. I've got a question. i just can't get our out. When did stem cells treat a specific to those physical injuries. Pushback stress owner tv. I all of the above Are there people who won't help people who are listening to us. They're saying. I heard i'm struggling in these areas. How do they know of. This is for them something. They should investigate well there. You've made many many ailments and injuries. That stem cell does treat. It doesn't treat everything and it's not a cure all But i i would say that you know people are in some type of chronic aid certainly with an orthopedic type issue Any type of signing disc. That's something that we specialize in an neurological conditions on the you mentioned things like You don't see or a traumatic brain injury sometimes. Those masks symptoms in mimic symptoms like ptsd Specifically for our veterans you know these these guys the vets and their families have sacrificed so much for our country and they're they're really underserved community when it comes to their healthcare not taking anything away from the. va This just this technology just available united states so the va doesn't have access to to what we're able to give to our veterans and One of the things that we see a lot i would implore vets that have some type of ptsd symptoms It may be. Pg esi from some type of combat situation but you guys that have not seen combat are having symptoms of ptsd and sometimes that's because they're having multiple concussions on a daily basis just from from out the shooting Much less practicing with mortars. And you know some bigger slows at so that's miles from nat great injury on a very regular basis which is very dangerous and this is a safe thing we see in our high impact. Athletes like our nfl players and ufc fighters. So i won't say definitely look into our company. There's not aware of any others that are specifically treaty for These systems with our protocol. But there may be and certainly insulza. It's a possibility because there's not really any others. One one thing i find fascinating about this is again differentiate between the symptoms of bushwack stress disorder. And what's causing those symptoms. I think this is something that a lot of people really struggle with. And just don't understand. Is that the physical injury the you know the cto the traumatic brain injuries. They cause symptoms. That look very much. Like those mac stress disorder and so the va is treating most of the time with articles the symptoms of bush mac stress disorder without dealing with the underlying issue. Which is you know. The damage has been done to the brain central nervous system. Find it fascinating. Is there a way that you evaluate someone before beginning treatment with stem cells to determine this is post stress disorder caused by acute trauma Or this is probably a traumatic brain injury. That's causing the symptoms that look very much like post traumatic stress. How you evaluate that. yeah absolutely. It's very important because ptsd alone This more of a psychological disorder that has to be treated much different way than stencil therapy so if it is just solely. Pg st they may not be a candidate for therapy. So yeah there's an evaluation process that starts with brains game We we typically like to send people to buy. The omically met in. There was many across the us that Specialized in Neurological brain scans that specifically is but with certain tesla level. And there's video tested. Go along with that so that they can Have an understanding like a cognitive baseline and then if that skin comes back where the ptsd or at least the symptoms could be caused by a massive inflammation in the and those people are great candidate for us. We're talking we use the word simpson. We're talking about stem cell. But most people have no idea what stem so as a probably people have a misunderstanding. Of what kind of what it is. It's not what is what is stem cell. Actually mean Where does it come from in a in a also last question with that. how ethical is the process. I mean we we talk about you know coming from oftentimes coming from bill of maybes into stuff like that. Yes so it's super important point out that This is a very ethically sourced stem cell that our company uses it is not embryonic. It's not to be confused with embryonic. Which sometimes people do. And that was it. That's where the controversy started back in the rama. Two thousand era president president bush was. Yeah yeah yeah. And he actually did. A lot of Great work for stem cell industry. Now at that time people in the industry were very upset because we weren't able to continue a lot of the research that we had tremendous results with But what it really focused on was The embryonic sourcing of stem cells and what that forced companies like ours to do or other organizations is to shift away from the the embryonic type stem cells and look into other stem cells. What we found in. Dr arnold kaplan coined the term. Nfc at the nfc is the mezin kind of stem cell. Some acquisitions scientists were missing stem cell. But basically that is the master cell and that is the building block of not just life. But it's also the cell is able to modulate your immune system. So it improves your immunity it up regulates down regulates your immune system it promotes healing within your own body. It reduces inflammation which your guests has no death of all basically inflammation and how but it helps amplify your own body to fight disease And and it also repairs damaged tissue. So it's really great for athletes. You know that's why we see a lot of professional athletes here but it also helps autoimmune disease when your body is degenerating. Which by the way guys. We're all degenerates. You'll eventually i think everybody's gonna be stem cell so sorts in incredible science We take several steps further us something that we call the golden sell And this helps essentially put together the best outcomes for patients on but when it comes down to is is the two ps and that's purity in potency and on the purity side you know we really have to take in to account a lot of safety measures so sit out safely solar safe enough ethically sourced an safety. Testing in technology is You know the the safest planet and then when you get into potency. It has mostly to do of course not so the multiplication and expansion of those cells in that comes from belco right. Yeah yeah yeah we get him so healthy mom healthy baby go home and live healthy lives together. They just happened to donate The the most pure voting stencils on the planet through that core which it before that was medical waste. It's saving thousands of lives right so that in trying to not trying to play scientists here because i don't know much. I'm trying to ask This this stem cells.

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"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

08:22 min | 11 months ago

"stems" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"I did capitalize on that market. Put together portfolios of reynolds. I ended up teaming up with the group that was doing it on a much. Bigger scale We took that company. Publicly traded into a re real estate investment. Trust just a focusing on mostly single family homes. So i was running my company. I was the ceo of that read. And i was helping a just a colleague of mine market a property in in mexico and it was a an old resort property in in amongst we short as it was we were not getting great offers and so thinking outside of the box and being that i am from arizona which is a border town to mexico are or state in mexico there. Is this term. That was really starting to rise in and it was medical tourism. So what i was doing. A by just by way of marketing was starting to market this property to medical tourism type doctors and physicians companies so i was marketing to Plastic surgeons dentists and a vision companies Anyways the point is is the essential company had occasion to needs that. Hey look at you know. We think that this property actually might be right for us. We're looking to take our science out of the laboratory and put it into action in actually treat people and help people and you know other than what i had seen on the news. That was my first really reduction to stem cell and deep introduction into what it really can do and how many ailments it can treat and how many lives at can potentially save so my mind was blown. You know pretty quickly. And that started the trajectory of me transitioning into forming bio accelerator. We talk about medical tourism. So why a two things one. Why do people tour. Outside the united states to go get medical treatments done me. I think a lot of people with a will get something done in. The united states is if i go to mexico. It's is it as safe columbia. Is it as safe. That's a question. I think a lot of people would have. I'm sure you have a really good answer for that. I hope you do and in a in a you know what are their restrictions. United states that keeps people from being able to do those treatments. Here that's real questions there yet so much to impact us with those two questions. So you know what i would say just From a brief comment perspective because of what you said about the safety issue medical tourism kind of started. Its its popularity with things that are known to be safe so people were going across the border to get glasses able going across the border to a you know to do dental work. That was you know. Pretty standard and safe to do in a place like mexico However when you start getting to the higher level science. They're very few countries. That have the wherewithal in the knowledge to be able to implement. Things like stem cell therapy. So that's one of the reasons. We went to columbia because it's an incredible medical system. It's extremely safe For those of us that know travel overseas quite a bit at have had medical procedures in places like colombia. I i don't even get dream in the us anymore. But so the the safety is certainly in issue in some places circ not columbia but unfortunately in the us fortunately and unfortunately we have a great organization multiple organizations like the fda But when we're looking at the fda and it's a fantastic organization it's a it's under fantastic leadership and they are here to protect us the inert and people and they do a great job of that I would say that. Unfortunately there are a little bit behind in the way that they have taken a real serious look at stem cell therapy and they all seem to be behind it in the conferences that we go to the the The contact we have with scott gottlieb. Janet woodcock commissioner They all seem to be pretty knowledgeable in behind it But some of the the regulations and certainly some of the language in those regulations are antiquated. They still haven't defined things like What they consider to be minimal manipulation of cellular and so that leads companies like ours to the. They don't wanna play in the gray area because there are some companies that are doing that in the united states using very low level science. Or but we know with our company and with You know global research. The highest level science is producing great results so we had to go offshore for to produce and get our patients. The awful outcomes without going down a rabbit hole on conspiracy. Theories is a. I would love to do that. Then we can do that on a conspiracy. I mean is is there a. Is there like a big form. Push back to keep stem. Saudi united states in order to keep healthy. I mean is there. is that a reality. Or is that just a conspiracy. That people like me. Think if i wasn't running a a ceo of a healthcare company and we talking privately. I i might go a little bit deeper. But i will tell you this. Look what i typically do. When i when i have these type of conversations i like to turn it back to maybe your audience or question back to the fda or or organizations that may have an interest in keeping people. Sick i. I'll tell you this. I traveled to colombia. When i'm here for just a few weeks. My energy levels improve. I shed a couple pounds. I usually lose about five pounds in time in state of about three or four weeks doing no Exercise nothing changing other than the food that. I consume your They you know. They don't have a lot of preservatives here. They don't they don't feed their you know their their cows chickens hormones The you know the it just it just a cleaner way of living so starting with food i would say that. That's a big thing. And then you know one of the things that stem cell therapy does very very well. As it helps modulate the immune system it helps reduce inflammation it helps. Combat things like autoimmune disease than there many many many many of those And right now pharmaceuticals are the only thing that treat some of those and they only treat the symptoms. They don't get to the suspended group. So i would say that. There's many big big big money players big powerful organizations that have interested slowing down. Stem cell fisher. Yeah big lot veins dollars to be lost if you actually. He'll be i the reason i asked that. So many people i know. We're going to get into stem cell and what it does and what would it actually does. But i've just seen so many testimonies of people who are just deathbed. Ill injured in recover from stem cell on. Why is what's the what's the blockade. What's t they that. Keeps it from happening here. The united states which is supposed to be one of the greatest countries in the world. You know and i believe it is but but why can't it happen ear. And that's my conspiracy baynes dollars to be lost and so it's going to be a fight for people like you to bring her will look. There's another piece of that to you because we know it can happen it. Meaning that these regulations can be fasttrack. We've just seen it with covert nineteen. There are many many many vaccines that have been fast tracked through the process. There even clinical trials and staint sell. My company is doing one here in columbia But there are many companies that were even associated with them from an arms length that have had the fda approved clinical trials for covert not with sunshine. Cell therapy so we know they can push it through. And there is no debate in the fda or in the scientific community. Whether or not stem cell is safe. Which is the biggest part of fast-tracking. So if you know they're safe rocket up really hurt people. I mean the side effects are so minimal than why can't we push this through and help.

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"stems" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"stems" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"We just got an email from jo and joe says pruned my roses earlier this spring as you directed i now have blooms at the base of the rose on quarter inch stems. Then i have canes that are four feet tall but no flowers. What care do i give it now. I'm really not sure. What kind of rose. I have well nora mine and let me explain to you That sounds like a a wild basis. Kissed cut loose roses in almost all cases in today's marketplace are grafted. There are they the grower lines out hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of rootlets stems little plants that they will then attach the new part to following year. And what may have happened is that his plants have set up. Buds therefore stems from the stock of his plant. The talking about growing four feet. That makes me very suspicious. That it's a good sturdy plant but it's not the plenty of once right and he probably will never have any flowers of any significance on it. So by all means in this case down toward the ground and even into the ground with with caution get that that or those stems cut off cutback disposed of. I'm guessing that to be the case. It could be something different. But nothing that i can think of offhand. That's not uncommon. No fact no We we the industry can can bring you a rose ever so less expensively by using rootstock grafting this is the result when things are little too deep to not to deepen the ground whatever and or the rootstock is to rampant and out grows the the part. You just pay twenty bucks for no. This is not unfortunately A a new thing it in will probably never cease but at the same time He needs to get down there and and go into the ground followed down with. I don't know i'm gonna call it a putty knife or something where you can kind of do a tiny little trolling job. And then wherever that comes off the route cut it off at the root if he can or as close as he can and just settle that rascal down so it has to spend san the energy up into the party paid for..

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"stems" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"stems" Discussed on KCRW

"Says the accusation stems from protesters having occupied a section of downtown Seattle earlier this summer where two people were shot and killed. The mayor Jenny Durkan, she replied with a written statement calling this story quote chilling. At the same time. The current U. S attorney here in Seattle, Brian Moran pushed back, and he says that he had no indication That anybody there was looking at criminally investigating the mayor here, and he says, if that had been the case, he would have heard about it. This is NPR news from K C, R W I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines. The largest wildfire in California's recorded history has doubled in size. In just the last week, the August complex fire in the Mendocino National Forest has exploded to more than 800,000 acres. Governor Gavin Newsom. Once again yesterday linked the major fires burning up and down California to the ongoing threat of climate change, he says it should be a non partisan issue. We need to reconcile the fact there are no democratic thermometers and no Republican thermometers. There's fact and there's reality re sources are running thin, almost 17,000 firefighters are on the front lines right now. And Cruz from at least nine other states, as well as Canada and Israel have been providing support to the fight. Fire officials say changes in the weather also helping firefighters make some headway. Up north and butin Plumas County is containment has climbed to 36% on the 270,000 acre north complex fire that fire has killed at least 15 people. In the past month, More than three million acres have burned in wildfires around California, and at least 25 people statewide have been killed. Several years of these kinds of deadly and destructive wildfires air making it harder and more expensive for some homeowners in California to find insurance, especially.

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"stems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"stems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Develop great stems collars I tributes I've always looked for and team members our hearts March thirty one people with passion intelligence courage and every discount lock the student coming out of NJ has has experienced all of that N. J. I. T. New Jersey institute of technology learn more at stories of innovation dot and J. I. T. dot E. D. U. why is delivering the best client experience a top priority it be and why Milnes Pershing Michelle fine steam director of client engagement explains today's investors want a financial relationship that's on demand customize and leverages the latest digital technology at B. Y. melons Pershing helping advisory firms and broker dealers create great experiences for their clients is our priority there are integrated world experience we give you a high touch service flexible technology choices and expert insights so you can deliver a highly personalized experience to your clients at every step from onboarding twelve planning performance analysis and more and because we're part of the N. Y. Mellon you'll benefit from more than two hundred and thirty years of strength and stability at Pershing were personally invested in your success visit Pershing dot com to learn more about Pershing's integrated wealth expiry Pershing LLC and Pershing advisors solutions LLC are both members of dinner and sit back today we decided to walk to school the Lake County fifteen fourteen it took a left on Carroll street any smart gets distracted realize you forgot his homework I hope he does the school when you.

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"stems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"stems" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Develop great stems scholars attributes I've always looked for and team members our hearts marks cuts with passion intelligence courage and every discount lock the student coming out of NJ has has experienced all of that N. J. I. T. New Jersey institute of technology learn more at stories of innovation dot and J. I. T. dot E. D. U. you can get to know a lot of people who run a lot of businesses but that's a lot of lunches you have work to do what was your biggest takeaway from the report Lisa Abramowitz let's start with JP Morgan holes we are we seeing more activist in your space Bloomberg markets connected to the people you want to know are you trying to tell us that the lending community had not learned the lessons weekday mornings at ten eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business that I've been Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening why is delivering the best client experience a top priority it be and why Milnes Pershing Michelle fine steam director of client engagement explains today's investors want to financial relationship that's on demand customize and leverages the latest digital technology at B. Y. melons Pershing helping advisory firms and broker dealers create great experiences for their clients is our priority there are integrated Baltics parents we give you a high touch service flexible technology choices and expert insights so you can deliver a highly personalized experience to your clients at every step from onboarding twelve planning to performance analysis and more and because we're part of being Y. Mellon you'll benefit from more than two hundred and thirty years of strength and stability at Pershing were personally invested in your success visit Pershing dot com to learn more about Pershing's integrated wealth expiry Pershing LLC and Pershing adviser solutions LLC are both members of the north and sipping challenging and exciting career one where you can be part of solving complex challenges across industries and geographies Bloomberg's ever expanding technology data news and media services foster innovation empower clients for nearly limitless opportunities for career growth visit Bloomberg dot com slash careers today if you ARE current job opportunities Bloomberg LP is an equal opportunity employer the address once again is Bloomberg dot com slash careers now the new twenty people have been injured two seriously after a gas explosion tore through a.

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"stems" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"stems" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Line stems from the fact that people think that Vander pump is lying about this dog controversy because in the opening episode read gets a dog from Vander pump dogs, which is Lisa vane pumps rescue organization. Oh, well, a court now I've only seen the first episode either. Bravo, only gave us the first one in this episode. Lisa is visibly uncomfortable. When this topic comes up about getting a dog and everyone's like, okay. Why is Lisa acting weird? Well, she's acting weird because to read. Had to get rid of the dog. And instead of returning it to Vander pump gave it to a woman allegedly and Lisa finds out because another shelter notifies her that they had this dog is they're all tagged. They're all like, laser, tag or whatever radar. So this shelter calls Leeson Leeson's life, girl. We have one of your dogs here. And Lisa Lisa. Find the staff goes down if it's the dog that dorito had. So Lisa is pissed that dorito didn't just give the dog back to Vander pump. So something is sketchy. And no, it's all this season is all about lies. I guess like one of the two are lying, and it really divides the women, but Vandor pump comes out is the I know of anger pump pushes the story in the tabloids. And that's what really angers the women. But something happens that's a huge rift between L. VP and the rest of the ladies. So Kyle's truth line makes me think that everybody thinks that things at Lisa's lying about something. I don't know. Anyway. It looks like I saw the season long preview ju say Vander pump. That's your back there kiss. Tag every real housewife does seriously. Anyone watts? You're there. First of all, I love that whilst you're there kiss. My six twelve is the time. Alexis has horrible news for dawn McClain as far as movies are concerned. She will deliver said bad news when we return it's Palestine's week on mytalk one zero seven one with the.

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"stems" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"stems" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Seller. This tax release stems for many pro family and pro middle income tax provision in the law. The law also enacted needed tax relief for family for job, creators. It provides a very significant deduction on business income for small businesses effectively lowering their top tax rate to under thirty percent in many cases, and this Bill corrects an injustice that is existed for decades. That there's never been recognition to the small business person who files an individual tax form. Compared to a corporate tax form. Small businesses never had equity like they should. Small businesses down to the smallest family owned corner star in family farmer. Are benefiting from that probation. Additionally, the law lowered the statutory corporate rate down from the highest in the developed world to twenty one percent. The previous corporate tax rate was putting American companies Eddie very competitive disadvantage globally. And consequently, costing American jobs now just as important the law put in place immediate expensing for the depreciation of equipment. That's businesses of all sizes and shapes would invest it. As a result job, creators. We'll have every incentive to invest back into their business and expand operations here at home. Nearly as soon as the tax cut was signed into law is positive effects began to be felt throughout.

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