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New developments in stem cell treatments add years to the lives of your pets

Dr. Lewis Gelfand is pictured with Pepper and Sam who belong to Steve and Ilene Weinstein.
Dr. Lewis Gelfand is pictured with Pepper and Sam who belong to Steve and Ilene Weinstein.
Courtesy of Ilene Weinstein

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  • Evelyn Truhn 5 years ago

    I find it amazing that this is being done with horses and dogs with such great results, yet so many people are suffering from arthritis, MS, etc. Up until last year, stem cell research was banned in our country. Now I hope that more humans will benefit from this. - Great article.

  • Vivian Ellis 5 years ago

    Wonderful! I had no idea this was happening. Humans will benefit from the knowledge that will be gained from this therapy. This has been a long time in coming. Great news and when the benefits of stem cells are realized, for people as well as animals, we will all be scratching our heads and saying "What took so long?".

  • Karen Bonnet 5 years ago

    Thank you, ladies for your feedback. Yes, I think that humans will benefit from these types of treatments in the very near future! I've been busy, so new articles will be coming soon! Keep on reading, my staunch supporters and friends!

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