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Creative Medical Technology Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: CELZ) recently dipped below the $0.01 mark and many investors are taking notice of the bargain basement prices. CELZ flagship CaverStem has the only procedure to treat Erectile Dysfunction with adult stem cells in the US.
CELZ has runner in its blood and a long history of huge moves skyrocketing from $0.002 in March of last year to highs topping $0.07 per share in August, CELZ loves to run and is a volume leader regularly among the top most traded on the OTCBB.
Creative Medical Technology Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS: CELZ) is a commercial-stage biotechnology company focused on Urology and Neurology using stem cell treatments. The company’s team consists of leading international researchers in regenerative medicine with a “science-first” approach to treatments ensuring that all of its treatments are proven to be both safe and effective.
CELZ is engaged in stem cell research and applications for use to treat male and female sexual dysfunction, infertility and related issues. It holds a patent for its erectile dysfunction (“ED”) treatment and was granted a license by Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a non-profit biomedical research and education institute (“LABIOMED”), for the infertility treatment. It has also filed a patent application focused on physical manifestations of female sexual arousal disorder, as an extension of the work with stem cell therapies for ED.
Creative Medical is currently in the commercial stage of its bone marrow based stem cell treatment for Erectile Dysfunction known as CAVERSTEM, which is being marketed both nationally, and internationally. Earlier this year the Company formed the subsidiary CaverStem International LLC for the purpose of commercializing its erectile dysfunction technology to international physicians.
CaverStem received positive reception at international urology conference. Dr. Alexander Gershman stated “I am very impressed by the strong endorsement we have been receiving from colleagues attending the American Urological Association conference. Since beginning to offer the CaverStem procedure in December 2017 we have treated multiple patients of which approximately 90% have reported positive improvements. These are all patients for which pharmacological interventions such as Viagra and Cialis do not work. rWhenever a new procedure is introduced to the community, it is fundamentally important to obtain the support of our peers, and to share our findings with our peers. We are enthusiastic by the interest in CaverStem by the American and International Urology Community.”
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On May 6 CELZ announced coverage of its patented CaverStem [® ] technology for treatment of erectile dysfunction using the patient’s own non-manipulated and non-expanded stem cells in multiple Italian publications. The publications include: Adnkronos, Momento Italia, DottNet and Secolo de Italia. Excerpts of the interview with Dr. Antonini, translated from Italian to English are as follows:
“A natural, non-invasive and permanent treatment to regenerate blood vessels and smooth muscles within the sexual organ of patients with erectile dysfunction. A real ‘bombshell’ to revive their sex life. It’s called CaverStem® and is a patented medical protocol in the United States, also available in Italy,” emphasizes the Adnkronos Salute Gabriele Antonini, urologist-andrologist from Rome.
“In the field of biomedical research, regenerative medicine has successfully established itself in the last decade through the development of new strategies and alternative treatments to conventional therapies, using growth factors and other intercellular signals capable of stimulating the natural process of healing of the human body,” remarks Dr. Antonini.
So, how does ‘bombing’ with stem cells work? “We use hematopoietic, mesenchymal and endothelial progenitor cells present in the patient’s bone marrow,” explains Dr. Antonini. “The administration of stem cells directly into the penis can reverse the pathophysiological changes that lead to erectile dysfunction, in addition to treating the symptoms effectively. In about 15 minutes, the urologist specialist proceeds with local anesthesia to extract a small amount of autologous material from the iliac crest from the patient and obtains a concentrated cellular product that is injected into the corpus cavernosum of the patient’s penis.”
“The CaverStem® procedure, scientifically already validated in the USA, allows for a safe, fast and free of collateral effects in an outpatient procedure,” highlights Dr. Antonini. “Only three months after implantation, an increase in duration and frequency of erection was detected, in addition to maintaining it until orgasm was reached.”
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Currently trading at a $6.5 million market valuation CELZ is fully reporting OTCBB, has minimal cash in the treasury, little revenues and $10 million in current liabilities. CELZ is a really exciting Company developing in small caps; CELZ flagship CaverStem has the only procedure to treat Erectile Dysfunction with adult stem cells in the US. The erectile dysfunction market is booming! According to a recent report from ResearchAndMarkets.com, the size of the global erectile dysfunction market is expected to reach $4.25 billion by 2023. CELZ also has runner in its blood and a long history of huge moves skyrocketing from $0.002 in March of last year to highs topping $0.07 per share in August, CELZ loves to run and is a volume leader regularly among the top most traded on the OTCBB.We will be updating on CELZ when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CELZ.
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