Tool to easily search for a stem cell clinical trial for your disease

This U.S. database includes international trials. It is awesome! Check it out here to do your own searches. Also follow me on Twitter for all the latest info and expert analysis!

http://twitter.com/pknoepfler

I’ve also done some of the work for you and have links to stem cell clinic trial listings below for specific diseases. Click away! 

Note, I’m not endorsing any one specific clinical trial, but I think this is an important resource for patients.

 Paul

10 thoughts on “Tool to easily search for a stem cell clinical trial for your disease


  1. What about for Pulmonary Fibrosis? Is there any concluding clinical trials that prove stem cell and effective treatment? If so, where?


  2. My concern is for my shoulder no cartilge bone on bone 24/7 ! It hurt’s when I sneeze & use arm for taking a drink or using it peroid.No relief what so ever.Can’t work & is putting me in financal stress.


  3. Thanks! I had seen that, but I thought maybe they would only accept emails from a doctor, not a layman interested in the clinical trial for themselves.


  4. A family member had neurological lyme disease. He has lost his eyesight and uses a wheelchair all the time. He has suffered for 4 years, taken IV antibotics for 2 years plus a crate full of other drugs and treatments. Neuro-feedback, homeopathic, diet therapys including; sugar free, gluten free, all organic, meatless, raw…you name it diets! He had 2 co-infections but no longer, just testing positive for lyme by Igenex Lab. He sees Dr. Stryker and also went to Dr. Harris for treatment. My question is are there any reputable clinical trials in the US for stem cell research? AND do you have an opinion on whether stem cells can help in the case of lyme disease? I should note, his health has gone down hill very fast. Any information you may have about other studies for this horrible disease would be greatly appreciated.


  5. It’s great to see so much information on stem cell trials. I just heard about Bioheart Inc.’s Phase I ANGEL Trial in Mexico where congestive heart failure patients exceeded expectations. 60% of participants are walking more than 65 meters further after 3 months of stem cell injection (http://bit.ly/18s9Mj0) – more promising results.

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