Features In Stem Cell Research

Dr. NORMAN ENDE, M.D.

PROFESSOR OF PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE
UMDNJ NEW JERSEY MEDICAL SCHOOL

What Is The Medical Response To Nuclear Attack?

The advent of nuclear weapons falling into the hands of terrorists or unstable world leaders has become a real and global threat.While politicians are tasked with security of their nations, the medical community must consider how it would respond to a nuclear attack where there would be large numbers of casualties not only from the initial blasts, but also from lingering radiation.

Dr. Norman Ende has addressed the issue in his book,  An Emergency Plan That Could Save Thousands.  He has also addressed the issue in recent correspondences.

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1. A letter from the Surgeon General of the U.S. Air Force (2010)

2. A letter from Dr.Ende to the editor of the New England Journal Of Medicine

3. Timing Of Cord Clamping – An Article In ‘Parent’s Guide To Core Blood, Foundation

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How Stem Cells May Be Used In Treating Diseases

Dr. Norman Ende did several studies involving the use of  human cord blood to fight against various diseases.  As a medical doctor, he has been most interested in the application of stem cell research to aiding patients of different ailments.  Ende’s research has shown that stem cells can potentially be very effective when used in therapy for these human diseases:

    • Arteriosclerosis was prevented in a study with mice.
    • Glycemia and Glomerular Hypertrophy showed improvement after transplantation of umbilical cord blood cells.
    • Diabetes – an experiment with mice shhttp://normanendemd.com/effect-of-human-cord-blood-on-prostate-cancer/owed positive effects using cord blood.
    • Parkinson’s Disease – a studie with mice yielded encouraging results.
    • Alzheimer’s was ameliorated in experimental mice.
  • Huntington’s Disease also was reduced in experimental mice.
  • Sclerosis – Cord blood was shown to have a positive effect. and
  • Lupus – Human cord blood was shown to be instrumental in survival and disease activity.
  • Breast Cancer –  Stem cells showed great potential to be an effective part of treatment.
  • In addition, Dr. Ende has studied the use of stem cells for bone marrow transplant and as medicine in the case of a disaster such as a nuclear explosion.