Blocked in the USA: The Stem Cell Miracle

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Nanog Publishing, Incorporated, Mar 1, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 378 pages
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If you thought the time of medical breakthroughs was over, brace yourself for the untold story of a doctor who singlehandedly, in the face of disdain from his colleagues and threats from government bureaucrats, made a breakthrough scientific discovery. Dr. Rader discovered how to apply fetal stem cell technology to humans and has saved the lives and eased the suffering of more than 1,500 patients with Autism, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Parkinson's disease, Muscular Dystrophy, and many other diseases. Blocked in the U.S.A. reveals the science behind Dr. Rader's breakthroughs, the struggles with the medical establishment, and, most important, the detailed successful results of his work. Now the truth can be told, and it reads like an adventure story, spanning three continents as one doctor dared to defy the FDA, the medical establishment and the drug companies.

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William C. Rader, M.D. earned his medical degree with honors from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1967, and was first in his psychiatric residency class at the University of Southern California Medical Center in 1971. Dr. Rader served as chief psychiatrist for the U.S. Navy's alcoholic treatment program from 1971 to 1973. He is recognized as a pioneer in the fields of alcoholism, drug addiction, eating disorders (bulimia, anorexia, and compulsive overeating), codependency, sexual addiction and most recently stem cell clinical research. Dr. Rader was one of the first medical experts on television shedding light on important medical, psychological, and social issues, some of which had never before been explored in the media. Dr. Rader is the only American physician involved in the actual clinical application of human fetal stem cells. He has successfully treated more than 1,500 patients. In 1995 he founded Medra Inc., an international corporation dedicated to the research and development of the clinical application of fetal stem cells. He currently serves as chairman of the board, medical director, and chief scientist. He is a member of The American Medical Association (AMA) and The California Medical Association (CMA).

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