Stem-cell therapy feels Food and Drug Administration's pinch
from The Denver Post
To 62-year-old Hal Kaye, the injection of his own stem cells into his battered ankle was a miracle cure that saved him from debilitating surgery. To the Food and Drug Administration, the treatment pioneered by a Broomfield, Colo., doctor appears to be a misuse of a drug that requires licensing and federal scrutiny before it's used on patients.
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