FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug—and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!”


FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug—and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!”

Alliance for Natural Health

January 31, 2012

n another outrageous power-grab, FDA says your own stem cells are drugs—and stem cell therapy is interstate commerce because it affects the bottom line of FDA-approved drugs in other states!

We wish this were a joke, but it’s the US Food and Drug Administration’s latest claim in its battle with a Colorado clinic over its Regenexx-SD™ procedure, a non-surgical treatment for people suffering from moderate to severe joint or bone pain using adult stem cells.

The FDA asserts in a court document that it has the right to regulate the Centeno-Schultz Clinic for two reasons:

Stem cells are drugs and therefore fall within their jurisdiction. (The clinic argues that stem cell therapy is the practice of medicine and is therefore not within the FDA’s jurisdiction!)

The clinic is engaging in interstate commerce and is therefore subject to FDA regulation because any part of the machine or procedure that originates outside Colorado becomes interstate commerce once it enters the state. Moreover, interstate commerce is substantially affected because individuals traveling to Colorado to have the Regenexx procedure would “depress the market for out-of-state drugs that are approved by FDA.”

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One Response to FDA’s New Claim: “Your Body Is a Drug—and We Have the Authority to Regulate It!”

  1. freedom2fascism says:

    I’m a drug, huh? I’d love to give them a hangover they’d never forget!

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