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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ernst von Schwarz, author of the new book, The Secret World of Stem Cell Therapy. In this publication, Dr. Von Schwarz presents a comprehensive outline of the secrets and presently known facts concerning stem cell therapy.

Dr. von Schwarz is a world-renowned, triple board certified clinical and academic cardiologist and clinical professor of medicine at UCLA and UC Riverside. His years of research on stem cell therapy have led him to make fascinating discoveries that are transforming the medical community.

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Listen now to hear Dr. von Schwarz discuss:

  • How stem cells can contribute to improved function of the heart and other tissues.
  • What current stem cell protocol is, and how it has changed over the years.
  • Why it takes so long for these treatments to get approved by the FDA.
  • What it will take to make stem cell therapy more widely available.

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