Well, that question was met with a few scoffs and an astounding "Of Course!"
But I had a personal reason for asking the question. You see, I was born with a deficiency in my body's ability to produce vitamins A and D which severely impacted the elasticity in my skin. Since the age of 3 my mother had been dragging me off to the dermatologist because my skin was so dry and sensitive that my finger tips would break open and bleed.
The doctors tried everything. Ointments, creams every imaginable potion. I was treated with highly toxic vitamin A droplets, and even tortured with ultra-violet light treatments which consisted of striping me down to my undies and making me stand in a closet lined with ultra-violet lights and being told not to touch the walls or I would burn myself.
So fast forward to the stem cell research company, as I wanted to find out exactly how stem cells could help my skin. And if it would work for my very compromised skin what would it do for others? I left the biotech company and went on a new found quest, to understand the mechanism of action that made our stem cells so effective and what type of stem cells would do the best job.