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lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#1 Dec 20, 2005
I want to make people aware of an new product on the market that is patented, tested and proven. The product is called StemEnhance. It is an all natural pill that with-in one hour of taking it, it causes your body to release 30 to 35% of your adult stem cells from your bone marrow into your blood stream where it is free to travel to areas of your body where it is most needed.
Please visit my web-site to learn more, order product, or sign up to be a distributor. The company is currently in pre-launch and will launch the first of the year with $3.5 million in TV & radio ads.

go to....lisas.stemtechhealth.com or e-mail me at lisa4kchiefs@yahoo.com
samh

Since: Dec 05

Berkeley, CA

#2 Dec 20, 2005
Sounds like a bunch of BS.
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#3 Dec 20, 2005
sounds good
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#4 Dec 20, 2005
samh wrote:
Sounds like a bunch of BS.
you haven't even had time to go to the web site. why does it sound like bs to you?
samh

Since: Dec 05

Berkeley, CA

#5 Dec 20, 2005
Kook! Scam!
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#6 Dec 20, 2005
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
<quoted text> you haven't even had time to go to the web site. why does it sound like bs to you?
the US patent # is 6.814.961 look it up
AFLAC duck

Since: Dec 05

Mountain View, CA

#7 Dec 20, 2005
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
<quoted text> you haven't even had time to go to the web site. why does it sound like bs to you?
Will it work on ducks? AFLACK!!!
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#8 Dec 20, 2005
samh wrote:
Kook! Scam!
they don't give out 20 page US patent to kooks with scams!
samh

Since: Dec 05

Berkeley, CA

#9 Dec 20, 2005
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
<quoted text>
the US patent # is 6.814.961 look it up
Well I'll be a knockout-mice's uncle. But I still say it sounds fishy.

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser...
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#10 Dec 20, 2005
samh wrote:
<quoted text>

Well I'll be a knockout-mice's uncle. But I still say it sounds fishy.

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser...
fishy, huh? Well, them there little stem cells DO swim around in your blood stream. So samh? What do you do for a living, if i may ask?

“mike!”

Since: Dec 05

Palo Alto, CA

#11 Dec 20, 2005
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
they don't give out 20 page US patent to kooks with scams!
lol, you have clearly not worked with software, where they frequently give out 20 page patents with no merit. lets hope they do a better job with biotech...
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#12 Dec 20, 2005
sawka wrote:
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lol, you have clearly not worked with software, where they frequently give out 20 page patents with no merit. lets hope they do a better job with biotech...
Well, your right abuot that. SO, are you going to tell me what you do, or did you already? biotech? Anyway, my new stem cell releaser in no scam. Did you even go to the web site? Put that little name "stemEnhance" in the back of your brain. It WILL be a household name with-in a year.
Nice chatting with ya, I gotta get out and play in the snow. lol.
bye for now.
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#13 Dec 20, 2005
sawka wrote:
<quoted text>

lol, you have clearly not worked with software, where they frequently give out 20 page patents with no merit. lets hope they do a better job with biotech...
ok, seriously, if you want the real info on what I'm all about, e-mail me at lisa4kchiefs@yahoo.com & I'll get you on a conference call and you can see for yourself I'm not blowin smoke. Gotta run for now, I'll check e-mail this evening.

Since: Dec 05

Palo Alto, CA

#15 Dec 20, 2005
Digging into the patent, I came across what boils down to the primary claim:

A method is disclosed herein for enhancing trafficking of stem cells by administering a therapeutically effective amount of blue green algae to a subject.

I should have guessed...blue green algae. For 30+ years its been claimed as a cure-all for everything from Cancer to AIDS. And yet beyond the main company that markets it, Cell Tech, its never really taken off or been taken seriously. Most of the scientific claims made about it often cite scientifc studies that do nothing to prove the claim. Other than trace vitamins, proteins, and minerals, the only proven effect is that of a stimulant.

Furthermore, even if ingesting blue green algae increased stem cell circulation in the blood stream, I have seen no conclusive studies to show that "roaming" stem cells have a positive effect on health.

Stem Cell research is promising, but still has a long way to go. Current therapies are generally targeted and involved transplanting stem cell from a donor to a host (such as a bone-marrow transplant to treat leukemia) or the transplantation of mature cells reared from stem cells (such as skin grafts and liver tissue transpalnts).

Companies that make potentially spurious claims such as StemTech only increase the notion of stem cell research being quackary.

If you want more info on blue green algae or "StemEnhance", check out these sites:

http://www.berkeleywellness.com/html/ds/dsBlu...
http://www.mlmwatch.org/04C/Stemtech/stemtech...
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#16 Dec 22, 2005
newt wrote:
Digging into the patent, I came across what boils down to the primary claim:

A method is disclosed herein for enhancing trafficking of stem cells by administering a therapeutically effective amount of blue green algae to a subject.

I should have guessed...blue green algae. For 30+ years its been claimed as a cure-all for everything from Cancer to AIDS. And yet beyond the main company that markets it, Cell Tech, its never really taken off or been taken seriously. Most of the scientific claims made about it often cite scientifc studies that do nothing to prove the claim. Other than trace vitamins, proteins, and minerals, the only proven effect is that of a stimulant.

Furthermore, even if ingesting blue green algae increased stem cell circulation in the blood stream, I have seen no conclusive studies to show that "roaming" stem cells have a positive effect on health.

Stem Cell research is promising, but still has a long way to go. Current therapies are generally targeted and involved transplanting stem cell from a donor to a host (such as a bone-marrow transplant to treat leukemia) or the transplantation of mature cells reared from stem cells (such as skin grafts and liver tissue transpalnts).

Companies that make potentially spurious claims such as StemTech only increase the notion of stem cell research being quackary.

If you want more info on blue green algae or "StemEnhance", check out these sites:

http://www.berkeleywellness.com/html/ds/dsBlu...
http://www.mlmwatch.org/04C/Stemtech/stemtech...
I don't want you to think you scared me off because you didn't. I do have a reply for you, I just don't have time to get it together to send until after Christmas. Have a very merry Christmas.

Since: Dec 05

Palo Alto, CA

#17 Dec 22, 2005
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
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I don't want you to think you scared me off because you didn't. I do have a reply for you, I just don't have time to get it together to send until after Christmas. Have a very merry Christmas.
Sure....right ;)
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#18 Dec 29, 2005
newt wrote:
<quoted text>

Sure....right ;)
You can find responses to the links you list in the FAQ section of my web site. lisas.stemtechhealth.com



Your probably not a person with a real and honest desire to educate yourself and understand the science behind StemEnhance. Saying that you “should have guessed that it was blue-green algae”, simply reveals your lack of interest in really looking at the data. In the old days, bad press about AFA created bad publicity, but only for those who did not look at the data. Anyone genuinely looking at the data realized that there were solid data and that the press was simply missing the point. Your assessment of AFA ignores the work done on phycocyanin and phenylethylamine by various scientific groups.



Furthermore, stating that promising research on stem cell is about transplant denotes a lack of knowledge on current recent literature. And mentioning leukemia limits the application to myeloablation and transplantation, which a very narrow application of stem cell research. There is a growing and very significant body of data –in part produced by the NIH- revealing the promises of endogenous release of stem cells.

Have an absolutely wonderful & safe new year. bye
lisa4kchiefs

Since: Dec 05

United States

#19 Jan 3, 2006
lisa4kchiefs wrote:
<quoted text>
You can find responses to the links you list in the FAQ section of my web site. lisas.stemtechhealth.com



Your probably not a person with a real and honest desire to educate yourself and understand the science behind StemEnhance. Saying that you “should have guessed that it was blue-green algae”, simply reveals your lack of interest in really looking at the data. In the old days, bad press about AFA created bad publicity, but only for those who did not look at the data. Anyone genuinely looking at the data realized that there were solid data and that the press was simply missing the point. Your assessment of AFA ignores the work done on phycocyanin and phenylethylamine by various scientific groups.



Furthermore, stating that promising research on stem cell is about transplant denotes a lack of knowledge on current recent literature. And mentioning leukemia limits the application to myeloablation and transplantation, which a very narrow application of stem cell research. There is a growing and very significant body of data –in part produced by the NIH- revealing the promises of endogenous release of stem cells.

Have an absolutely wonderful & safe new year. bye
Where did ya go? Go check out my web site then talk to me.....lisas.stemtechhealth.co m. Be sure to look at the pay plan, it's the BOMB! lol
tasp07

Since: Jan 06

Minneapolis, MN

#20 Jan 5, 2006
Ok, this product sounds unbelievable. I am currently a 10th grade student at Cooper High School in Minnesota and I am writing a paper on stem cell research. I am just starting to understand the concepts on stem cell reseach and using embryonic cells to grow new ones. This product is skipping that process and just using our own by product of a dietary supplement. Just let me know if I am understanding everything correctly, please give me pointers or as much information as possible
russell

Since: Jan 06

Cleveland, OH

#21 Jan 11, 2006
Whats going on man my name is russell. I heard about stemtech enhancers in december. I also have been listen to people on the conference calls. The testimonies that I have heard is amazeing. I also didn't no anything about adult stem cells until I listen to several conference calls. I am going to order me a bottle in January. I think people need to check things out before they give their opinions. There are two conference calls a day from monday to saturday. I listen everyday and the people are so happy because the product had changed their life. The testimonies are extremely amazeing!!!!!

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