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Stem cells taken from a patient's own heart have, for the first time, been used to repair damaged heart tissue, researchers claim.

The study, published in the Lancet, was designed to test the procedure's safety, but also reported improvements in the heart's ability to pump blood. The authors said the findings were "very encouraging"

The outcomes to these findings "I believe" support the understanding of homeopathic medicine and its purpose.  Hopefully Professor Edzard Ernst  (a homeopath) can look at these findings and maybe look back at his other "trials?" to see if there were any variables that were over looked.

Dr Block in a Bavarian clinic has been treating patients with defect tissue ( heart, lung, kidney) for over 40 years with great success, using live cell therapy, perhaps this research recent cardiac research is not as new as the medical profession would have us believe.

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