Source: KomoNews.com

(Olympia, Washington) — If proposed legislation wins approval in Olympia next week – many clinics promoting stem cell therapy will have to make it clear when the treatment they’re selling is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Right now, the only proven stem cell therapies deal with blood regeneration- treatments such as bone marrow transplants, cord blood transplants and similar procedures that have been well documented to regenerate your blood forming abilities.

Stem cell researchers, medical experts and researchers at the FDA warn everything else is experimental.

Under ESHB 2356, the Stem Cell Therapy Bill being considered in Olympia, facilities offering stem cell treatments must notify you about therapies that are not approved by the FDA. They have to put it in writing and get your written consent.

Full Story