The Truth About Stem Cells 

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby. I’m a leading peripheral nerve surgeon, health advocate, and the author of “Sugar Crush,” a book about our current addiction to sugar.

I’m also a huge proponent of stem cell therapies.

Back in roughly the year 2000, the use of stem cells from aborted fetuses (which I think is what they’re upset about) was banned in the U.S. for ethical reasons.

However, allogeneic stem cells can still be harvested from human afterbirths, like the placenta and the umbilical cord.

(Amniotic fluid also holds stem cells, but the FDA recently considered amniotic fluid to be secretion.

It, therefore, will undergo testing for many years.)

The upshot of all this is that stem cells have shown to be incredibly useful in treating various diseases.

Unfortunately, you often have to go outside the United States for these treatments.


In 2000, Senator John McCain of Arizona held a stem cell summit for the United States Senate.

Experts presented evidence of how stem cells work, why they work, what uses they can be put to, and how to harvest them ethically.

The senators who attended that conference left calling stem cells “a miracle.”

I agree, which is why I discuss stem cells so much in my online course, The Urban Carnivore.

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