Are all stem cell clinics the same?

With the explosion of stem cell clinics across the globe over the last few years, combined with limited resources from regulatory agencies both foreign and domestic. How do you know if you're dealing with the real deal?

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it is completely possible to start a stem cell clinic doing everything right from the start and do excellent work and help people tremendously. It is also possible to cut corners, use known bogus amniotic fluid or placental stem cells to make a quick buck, fill the coffers full of gold until word gets out, then off to the next unassuming town.  It's happening all around the country making a bad name for those who are using sound science behind their operation.  It's very inexpensive to get a bogus clinic up and running, it's VERY expensive to get a legitimate clinic up and running. Physicians aren't cheap, the tools of the trade aren't cheap.  The guided imaging tools aren't cheap.   So, there's one good clue. Do they have 200k+ invested in imaging? Look around, take a tour of the office and observe, if it looks really expensive it usually is. Do they have a 100k+ invested in their in-office lab?  Just ask to see their lab. Do they have a physician\medical officer? If they have these 3 things their is a good chance they're doing things right and you can be optimistic about your results. Of course with any medical practice there's little substitution for experience. Do they have lots of happy patients that refer to that office? For more information or need some helpful guidance feel free to contact me. I'm very passionate about this work and want to see it protected from corruption. 

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