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The World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers Hype
Machine

world wide stem cell treatment centers 3

The expressions “go big or go home” and “fake till you
make it” really applies to the stem cell wild west. We’ve seen
all sorts of examples from Liveyon to

CharaCore
to
IMAC Regeneration Centers
, and many others, Now a company
calling itself “World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers”, IMHO
earns a spot firmly on that list.

The Press Release

As you know, I often write about what people send me and this
week I received this press release:

world wide stem cell treatment centers

Wow! The first of 300 stem cell centers? That sure sounds
impressive and certainly worthy of a deep dive. The first clinic is
in Pittsburgh, which is where we also find our founder.

The Founder

john genslinger stem cellsIt would be reasonable to
expect that the CEO and founder of a stem cell company that has the
cash to open 300 sites worldwide would have extensive medical,
scientific, or business experience in regenerative medicine.
However, if my experience with the stem cell wild west has taught
me anything, it’s that the founder of this company could have no
such experience. So which is it? Let’s dig in.

The founder is John Scott Genslinger. Who is that? From his
Linkedin page, he has many claims to be the absolute greatest in
the world at many things. He’s worked as a recruiter for
insurance agents, in nutritional supplement and radio ad sales, and
the “production and staging” of concerts. Let’s go
deeper.

This is from his Linkedin page:

  • #1 Business Worldwide Development
    Specialist-Treatments For Umbilical Stem Cells-Big
    Daddy
    /World Wide Stem Cells – has hired JS Genslinger
    and his incredible team of experts recently to develop
    relationships between Professional Sports and Umbilical Stem Cell
    Treatment Facilities Globally. He also represents thousands of
    Celebrity Personalities.

Huh? The press release above states that Genslinger is the CEO,
founder, and owner of World Wide Stem Cells, but here that company
hired Genslinger? His job is also to hook athletes up with stem
cell clinics? Above it also states that Genslinger also represents
thousands of celebrity personalities? Certainly, if that were true
the Internet would be littered with evidence of John Genslinger
being connected to at least some of these thousands of celebrities?
However, I can find no such information online.

Wait, it gets better! Who’s “Big Daddy?”Here’s another
entry from the Genslinger Linkedin profile:

  • Senior VP Big Daddy Int. LLC-Relationship Director of Sports
    & Entertainment-Big Daddy has hired JS
    Genslinger
    to consult on developing business relationships
    between collegiate sports, professional sports, celebrity
    personalities from TV and Movies along with the most famous
    celebrity musicians and entertainers globally with all the leading
    Stem Cell Facilities globally.

Huh? So Big Daddy International, LLC must be a big deal athlete
talent agency? Nope. A Google search for “Big Daddy
International†has no hits for a talent agency or even any
company with that name owned by Genslinger, just a smattering of
corps and businesses that have used that name. There is an
insurance salesman who works with athletes by the name of Rich
“Big Daddy†Salgado. However, I can find no link between
Salgado and Genslinger. So maybe that’s the “Big Dady†being
referred to?

So what is Genslinger’s real claim to fame? The Home Shopping
Network where it looks like he was initially a buyer and then the
CEO of “Daddy Warbucks†and other companies that he claims he
founded with Roy Speer, the founder of the Home Shopping Network.
However, when I search for those two names together for all listed
companies, I can find no public records of these companies other
than the Genslinger Linkedin page:

john scott genslinger

Whatever these companies were, it doesn’t look like any of
them amounted to much.

Working with Celularity?

John Gesslinger’s Linkedin page says this: “With Celularity
Inc. in New Jersey being the first facility to use Genslinger and
his abilities…â€

In fact, there’s a Celularity logo (red dashed lines) in this
part of John Genslinger’s Linkedin page:

Who is Celularity? A very
legitimate cell therapy company engaged in many FDA clinical
trials. Why would a company in FDA trials engage a guy like John
Genslinger who claims he’s introducing athletes and celebrities
to umbilical cord stem cell clinics? As far as I know, Celuraity
has no clinics.

I reached out to the Celularity CEO over the weekend and
he was kind enough to engage. It sounds like Mr. Genslinger had a
meeting with his team, but in no way represents
Celularity. 

The Website

The moment you hit the Worldwide Stem Cell Treatment Centers
website it states:

world wide stem cells pittsburgh

Wow! So this clinic, now open in Pittsburgh, represents the
“Gold Standard in Regenerative Medicine� To be able to make
that claim, the company should have spent decades and millions to
hundreds of millions performing research on the clinical therapies
it offers. Surely there is someplace on this website that shows all
of the clinical research published by Genslinger’s team? Nope.
Not a single study. Hence, “Gold Standard†here may be a bit of
a serious stretch.

This is what the website says about its CEO and founder:

“JS Genslinger and his team of Stem Cell Professionals took
the Stem Cell Industry by storm in 2019-2020. JS Genslinger is the
CEO, Founder, and Owner of World Wide Stem Cell Treatment
Centers.â€

Took the world by storm? Huh?

Umbilical “Stem Cellsâ€

We see above that John Genslinger’s company uses “umbilical
stem cellsâ€. If you read this blog, you know that this is another
exaggeration, as umbilical cord products being sold in the US and
that could be used in the Pittsburgh clinic have no living and
functional mesenchymal stem cells. Watch my video below to learn
more:

So John’s main premise of his clinics offering umbilical cord
stem cells is a sham based on the existing peer-reviewed and
presented literature.

Hiring a Vein Guy as a “Stem Cell Surgeonâ€

The biggest problem that non-physician owners have in running
these clinics is hiring trained and qualified medical providers.
World Wide Stem Cell is no different. Who is the medical director?
A stem cell expert who has published dozens of papers on this
topic? An orthopedic surgeon who has published research on the use
of stem cells to treat orthopedic conditions? Nope. A general
surgeon who seems to work in vein clinics:

louis certo stem cells

Does World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers treat veins? Not
according to their website, where they seem to be mostly focusing
or orthopedic, aesthetic, and anti-aging medicine. Does Dr. Louis
Certo, the Medical Director of Wolrd Wide Stem Cell Treatment
Centers, have any expertise in stem cells as demonstrated by
publications? Nope:

So we have a vein surgeon without any expertise in stem cells
who is in charge of being the medical direction behind a chain of
300 medical centers all focused on “stem cell†treatment in the
area of orthopedics, aesthetics, and anti-aging. Dr. Certos was
trained by Ruben
Timmons
who was recently featured in another blog. You may
remember that Dr. Timmons also had no demonstrated expertise in
stem cells, but IMHO did have experience running a Florida pill
mill.

The upshot? Will Wolrd Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers get 300
sites open? Who knows. I can say that there isn’t much expertise
here in regenerative medicine, they are not using real stem cells,
and IMHO, looking at the virtual companies that point to virtual
companies game being played, this all seems to be more vapor than
actual reality.

world wide stem cell treatment centers 3

The expressions “go big or go home” and “fake till you
make it” really applies to the stem cell wild west. We’ve seen
all sorts of examples from Liveyon to

CharaCore
to
IMAC Regeneration Centers
, and many others, Now a company
calling itself “World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers”, IMHO
earns a spot firmly on that list.

The Press Release

As you know, I often write about what people send me and this
week I received this press release:

world wide stem cell treatment centers

Wow! The first of 300 stem cell centers? That sure sounds
impressive and certainly worthy of a deep dive. The first clinic is
in Pittsburgh, which is where we also find our founder.

The Founder

john genslinger stem cellsIt would be reasonable to
expect that the CEO and founder of a stem cell company that has the
cash to open 300 sites worldwide would have extensive medical,
scientific, or business experience in regenerative medicine.
However, if my experience with the stem cell wild west has taught
me anything, it’s that the founder of this company could have no
such experience. So which is it? Let’s dig in.

The founder is John Scott Genslinger. Who is that? From his
Linkedin page, he has many claims to be the absolute greatest in
the world at many things. He’s worked as a recruiter for
insurance agents, in nutritional supplement and radio ad sales, and
the “production and staging” of concerts. Let’s go
deeper.

This is from his Linkedin page:

  • #1 Business Worldwide Development
    Specialist-Treatments For Umbilical Stem Cells-Big
    Daddy
    /World Wide Stem Cells – has hired JS Genslinger
    and his incredible team of experts recently to develop
    relationships between Professional Sports and Umbilical Stem Cell
    Treatment Facilities Globally. He also represents thousands of
    Celebrity Personalities.

Huh? The press release above states that Genslinger is the CEO,
founder, and owner of World Wide Stem Cells, but here that company
hired Genslinger? His job is also to hook athletes up with stem
cell clinics? Above it also states that Genslinger also represents
thousands of celebrity personalities? Certainly, if that were true
the Internet would be littered with evidence of John Genslinger
being connected to at least some of these thousands of celebrities?
However, I can find no such information online.

Wait, it gets better! Who’s “Big Daddy?”Here’s another
entry from the Genslinger Linkedin profile:

  • Senior VP Big Daddy Int. LLC-Relationship Director of Sports
    & Entertainment-Big Daddy has hired JS
    Genslinger
    to consult on developing business relationships
    between collegiate sports, professional sports, celebrity
    personalities from TV and Movies along with the most famous
    celebrity musicians and entertainers globally with all the leading
    Stem Cell Facilities globally.

Huh? So Big Daddy International, LLC must be a big deal athlete
talent agency? Nope. A Google search for “Big Daddy
International†has no hits for a talent agency or even any
company with that name owned by Genslinger, just a smattering of
corps and businesses that have used that name. There is an
insurance salesman who works with athletes by the name of Rich
“Big Daddy†Salgado. However, I can find no link between
Salgado and Genslinger. So maybe that’s the “Big Dady†being
referred to?

So what is Genslinger’s real claim to fame? The Home Shopping
Network where it looks like he was initially a buyer and then the
CEO of “Daddy Warbucks†and other companies that he claims he
founded with Roy Speer, the founder of the Home Shopping Network.
However, when I search for those two names together for all listed
companies, I can find no public records of these companies other
than the Genslinger Linkedin page:

john scott genslinger

Whatever these companies were, it doesn’t look like any of
them amounted to much.

Working with Celularity?

John Gesslinger’s Linkedin page says this: “With Celularity
Inc. in New Jersey being the first facility to use Genslinger and
his abilities…â€

In fact, there’s a Celularity logo (red dashed lines) in this
part of John Genslinger’s Linkedin page:

Who is Celularity? A very
legitimate cell therapy company engaged in many FDA clinical
trials. Why would a company in FDA trials engage a guy like John
Genslinger who claims he’s introducing athletes and celebrities
to umbilical cord stem cell clinics? As far as I know, Celuraity
has no clinics.

I reached out to the Celularity CEO over the weekend and
he was kind enough to engage. It sounds like Mr. Genslinger had a
meeting with his team, but in no way represents
Celularity. 

The Website

The moment you hit the Worldwide Stem Cell Treatment Centers
website it states:

world wide stem cells pittsburgh

Wow! So this clinic, now open in Pittsburgh, represents the
“Gold Standard in Regenerative Medicine� To be able to make
that claim, the company should have spent decades and millions to
hundreds of millions performing research on the clinical therapies
it offers. Surely there is someplace on this website that shows all
of the clinical research published by Genslinger’s team? Nope.
Not a single study. Hence, “Gold Standard†here may be a bit of
a serious stretch.

This is what the website says about its CEO and founder:

“JS Genslinger and his team of Stem Cell Professionals took
the Stem Cell Industry by storm in 2019-2020. JS Genslinger is the
CEO, Founder, and Owner of World Wide Stem Cell Treatment
Centers.â€

Took the world by storm? Huh?

Umbilical “Stem Cellsâ€

We see above that John Genslinger’s company uses “umbilical
stem cellsâ€. If you read this blog, you know that this is another
exaggeration, as umbilical cord products being sold in the US and
that could be used in the Pittsburgh clinic have no living and
functional mesenchymal stem cells. Watch my video below to learn
more:

So John’s main premise of his clinics offering umbilical cord
stem cells is a sham based on the existing peer-reviewed and
presented literature.

Hiring a Vein Guy as a “Stem Cell Surgeonâ€

The biggest problem that non-physician owners have in running
these clinics is hiring trained and qualified medical providers.
World Wide Stem Cell is no different. Who is the medical director?
A stem cell expert who has published dozens of papers on this
topic? An orthopedic surgeon who has published research on the use
of stem cells to treat orthopedic conditions? Nope. A general
surgeon who seems to work in vein clinics:

louis certo stem cells

Does World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers treat veins? Not
according to their website, where they seem to be mostly focusing
or orthopedic, aesthetic, and anti-aging medicine. Does Dr. Louis
Certo, the Medical Director of Wolrd Wide Stem Cell Treatment
Centers, have any expertise in stem cells as demonstrated by
publications? Nope:

So we have a vein surgeon without any expertise in stem cells
who is in charge of being the medical direction behind a chain of
300 medical centers all focused on “stem cell†treatment in the
area of orthopedics, aesthetics, and anti-aging. Dr. Certos was
trained by Ruben
Timmons
who was recently featured in another blog. You may
remember that Dr. Timmons also had no demonstrated expertise in
stem cells, but IMHO did have experience running a Florida pill
mill.

The upshot? Will Wolrd Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers get 300
sites open? Who knows. I can say that there isn’t much expertise
here in regenerative medicine, they are not using real stem cells,
and IMHO, looking at the virtual companies that point to virtual
companies game being played, this all seems to be more vapor than
actual reality.

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