What’s new, right?
A July 2006 article in the journal Science refuted claims that there were 65 treatments that utilize adult stem cells. In truth, the article stated, there are seven.
The Science “article” was actually a letter, and opened with the statement concerning treatments that were “fully tested in all required phases of clinical trials and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.”
This letter led columnist Michael Fumento to dub the Journal, “PseudoScience.”
In fact, there are more than 70 diseases in which stem cells are “utilized,” many in FDA approved and NIH funded studies.