Davide Vannoni Stem Cell Therapy: Good or Bad? Is Davide Vannoni the first person in the world to be convicted for questionable use of stem cell therapy for profit? We haven’t come across any other name but if you know of anyone else, do tell in the comments. Apparently, Vannoni “invented” an alternative treatment procedure called the stamina method which uses stem cells to cure a wide array of diseases. This, of course, is too good to be true. And as you may already know, if something is too good to be true, it probably is. >>> Want more stem cell scams? Anyhoo, Italian authoritiesRead More →

Stem Cell Penis Enlargement Procedure? Right off the bat, we’d like to state unequivocally that there is no scientifically or medically proven stem cell procedure that would increase the size of a man’s package. Sorry, gentlemen, there is no evidence that stem cells can be used safety and effectively to make your joystick longer or “girthier”. This is not to say that stem cell penis procedures definitely cannot be a thing in the future. But, at this time (aka in 2017), those who are claiming that they have found a way to add inches to your dinkies are just blowing smoke. Let us review someRead More →

Stem Cell Death Report – Macquarie Stem Cells. It’s been almost three years since we blogged about a stem cell-related death. We think its high time we post another case of a patient who died following a questionable stem cell procedure. The patient, Sheila Drysdale, died in 2013 shortly after she underwent a controversial mini-liposuction procedure at the Macquarie Stem Cells clinic in Sydney, Australia. Three years later in July 2016, an inquest by the NSW government concluded that the patient died from uncontrolled blood loss. In his report, the Deputy State Coroner for New South Wales Hugh Dillon noted that the Macquarie Stem CellsRead More →