Welcome to stem cells, these are dead cells not alive.

Is this a real skin cream being brought to you by BIG RED BOTTLING or just for Johnnie Sharp, maybe they’re just telling her that these injections will keep her young forever so she can keep handing over check after check after check after check……….

If we had law enforcement here someone would finally see that Johnnie Sharp is being held, drugged up, drunk, and misinformed by greedy people who just get away with it because one of them installed lights under the Sheriff’s Jeep.

Where are the feds? Where the hell is the Health Department?

— Placenta donations may be feeding stem-cell scams

by Kristina Fiore, Director of Enterprise & Investigative Reporting, MedPage Today October 15, 2019 share to facebookshare to twittershare to linkedinemail article

Laura Wilson didn’t know about placenta donation until she was on the operating table.

“I had a cesarean, so they came in while I was being prepped for surgery,” Wilson says in a YouTube video. “It was something I hadn’t heard of before.”

But when she was told placental tissue could be used to help people suffering from serious wounds, the mother of three boys quickly signed off on the consent forms.

“It was fun to think, ok, this could go to some good use instead of just going with everything else” in the medical waste bag, she says.

Wilson isn’t the only mother to suddenly face a decision about placenta donation in the operating room. In an article on the motherhood website Scary Mommy, Caila Smith said she was in the hospital about to have an emergency C-section when a nurse asked her if she wanted to donate her twins’ placentas. Another woman described getting a call from her doctor’s office after scheduling her C-section and being asked to donate.

While most pregnant women have heard about cord blood donation, far fewer are familiar with placenta donation – which can actually refer to the placenta, umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid, or “birth tissue.” All are now sought as rich sources of stem cells. The eleventh-hour decision raises questions about just how informed patients’ consent actually is, and what their donations are ultimately used for, particularly given the explosion in stem cell clinics offering questionable therapies.

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