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Stem Cells, What is Behind?
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Journal of Cytology & Histology
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Stem Cells, What is Behind?

Abbas Alnaji*
Consultant Neurosurgeon, Al-sadir Medical City, Najaf, Iraq
*Corresponding Author: Abbas Alnaji, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Al-Sadir Medical City, Najaf, Iraq, Tel: +964 7700059052, Email: [email protected]

Received Date: Sep 05, 2017 / Accepted Date: Sep 30, 2017 / Published Date: Oct 08, 2017

Stem cells are a breakthrough in biological sciences, particularly in medicine and surgery. As a neurosurgeon, a wide hopes were built on to solve many aspects in my field especially that of spinal cord, I dipped deep in the theory and travelled a lot and far for practical results in some centers just by hearing about their career. As time passes waiting the golden chance to practice this art, this time which spans to around seven years, my work and knowledge about the biological basis of neurosurgical pathologies started to mature and ripe and gave a harvest, or a conclusion. It is the intracellular bacteria ICB which is behind the medico-surgical pathologies, it is behind the congenital diseases whether structural or functional (no pure functional, where it is an alteration in the molecular structure of the cell and termed functional due to our shortage to recognize these ultra-micro structural alterations) diseases. ICB is behind the unknown etiologies of many many disorders just when we are omitting the role of these ICB. ICB can invade any body cell and live in it for decades. Dormant or active in different manners, what make it active and what they do is completely out of our mind scope. We know about this intracellular bacterium much less than its size! If somebody knows much, let him solve our problems if he is aware about these problems originally! So, if it happens that this speech is a truth, every location in the earth has its endemic intracellular bacterial genus. My work to discover the origin of my neurosurgical pathologies revealed A - 100% success rate in trial treatment in many unknown etiology neuro-medico-surgical issues. B - more than 60% open tissue of trapezius muscle PCR positive for Brucella in 200 patients examined the minority of them are excluded for their blood and CSF samples which are mostly negative!!! If it is happened those patients under went stem cell procedures for some target, what could we expect from the nearby infected cell to behave? Do the welcome the white hearted newly coming cells aiming to build and repair!!?? What make these stem cells surly clean?? Do any one made PCR screen for these stem cells before he submit them into the target! All rejections are due to either unhappy and unwelcoming nearby cells of the host or receipt due to their infected status like the hostile cervix in infertility problems and renal and other transplants, or the stem cells whom extracted from the same subject or different (allo- or hetero-)are infected, or may be both. I think it is more convenient to stress again on the point of the missed or overcome state of that our body cells are harboring for a high extent one of the fifteen intracellular bacteria in a dormant or subclinical active state every now and the this calm state become active for a reason or another producing the vague or unrelated clinical pictures or even a well known clinical entities but unfortunately all referred to as of unknown etiology. Here when we introduce stem cells in similar occasions either a total failure or partial failure will ensue for that this may explains the low percentages of failures in some centers.

Citation: Alnaji A (2017) Stem Cells, What is Behind? J Cytol Histol 8: 476. DOI: 10.4172/2157-7099.1000476

Copyright: © 2017 Alnaji A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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