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Lupus, multiple sclerosis, heart disease, Crohn’s disease and diabetes are a few of over 70 ailments that have already been successfully treated with non-embryonic stem cells, with results published in peer-reviewed medical journals.

Non-embryonic stem cells come from our body tissues ("Adult" stem cells), or from the placenta or umbilical cord blood of newborn babies, or from iPS (induced Pluripotent Stem) cells which reprogram our body cells back to be LIKE embryonic stem cells.

Not one ailment, condition, or disease has yet to be treated with human embryo-destructive stem cells. They also lead to tumors, and can be rejected by the recipient.