Saturday, October 20, 2012

World's First Adult Stem Cell Nutrition Company Applauds 2 Stem Cell Researchers for Winning Nobel Prize for Medicine

The World’s First Adult Stem Cell Nutrition Company ,  a 7 year old  California, USA based Corporation and the world leader in “stem cell nutrition,” hails the Nobel Committee’s selection of stem cell researchers John Gurdon of Great Britain and Shinya Yamanaka of Japan for the 2012 Prize in physiology or medicine. In experiments over a 50-year period, Gurdon and Yamanaka “have revolutionized our understanding of how stem cells and organisms develop,” the Committee said in its announcement.

Company President and CEO Ray C. Carter, Jr., said, “The award of this prize further supports the recent momentum that sees adult stem cells as the most credible and promising answer to the major health challenges of our time.”

Under the direction of the company’s Chief Science Officer Christian Drapeau, MSc, who has been in the vanguard of research into the role of adult stem cells in the body from the late 1990’s, the adult stem cell nutrition scientists have developed a full line of natural nutritional supplements that support the work of adult stem cells in their role as the body’s daily natural renewal system.

The patented and patent-pending stem cell nutrition products are  formulated to  support the release of adult stem cells from the bone marrow, their circulation in the blood and migration of adult stem cells into tissues and organs for enhanced daily renewal of the body.

Drapeau noted, "Stem cell research has been such a prolific field of science over the past decade, it is not surprising to see a Nobel Prize being awarded for work done in this field of medical science. The emerging knowledge on stem cells is called to change the way we view health and practice medicine, and this is one more step in that direction."

 To learn more about The World's First Stem Cell Nutrition Company and its products, published clinical studies and patents ...  go here..

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