Need some help finding a licensed medical professional for exosomes

I’m trying to get hold of some exosomes to do some micro needling experiments on my skin. I’m really curious to see if it makes any difference. I’ve reached out to a couple of reputable companies but they only sell to licenses medical practitioners. I live in California where you’re charged a ridiculous amount for a treatment that cost less than a couple of hundred dollars. They also won’t tell you where they source their exosomes, which is really frustrating.
I don’t have any connection with anyone that could help me. Anyone have any suggestions?

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You can buy them in Russia:

Or in Ukraine:

https://aaa.ua/products/asce/

Contact tel ## in Kyiv

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I’ve seen this recently posted in the Gerontological Research Group email list, not sure if they resell plasma only.

There are 1.84 billion exosomes per ml + over 10,500+ individual proteins (different fractions of albumins, fibrinogens, immunoglobulins, alpha-2-Macroglobulin, eNAMP, VPS35, etc.), 5K different peptides (including LL-37 antimicrobial peptide, GDF-8, GDF-11 growth and differentiation factors), 45 cytokines (including Interferons), 50 different sex specific hormones, enzymes and minerals.

A $250 20-ml unit has 37 billion biologically preserved exosomes. A $1,000 200-ml unit has 370 billion. 3-liters have 5.5 trillion

The references for this information are available on www.YoungPlasmaStudy.com.

Tom Casey

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer

Tom@SpectrumPlasma.com

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Hi Paul,

I’m willing to chat with you and have a philosophy that so long as something is reasonable, unlikely to cause harm, and the individual I’m treating understands risks and benefits, I’ll partner with them to support medical therapy.

I’d need to understand exactly what you want to do and why.

You can certainly check my contact deals and we can discuss off of this forum as I certainly can only give specific advice and care for an individual in a HIPAA protected format.

I’m licensed in CA and have the full ability to order all standard and functional medicine items one might need.

Regards,

Grant E. Fraser, M.D.

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Thanks Grant. I’ll reach out offline.

Thanks I’ll check this out.

I am also interested to try this. Can you give an update about how this is going for you? Thanks!

Not yet unfortunately. I’ve spoken to the supplier but the only way I can get hold of it is if I use one of the spas/clinics that use it, which makes total sense. It’s just that I’m in California where you pay 2/3rds more for the privilege of your zip code.
What I’d like to do is get access to a Tixel machine and use some umblical derived stem cells. It’s out of my price range right now. And I can’t see if ever coming down by a significant degree in the foreseeable future.
I need to befriend a dermatologist or aesthetician who’s willing to use me as a guinea pig. If I get anywhere I’ll update

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Thanks for the update. I was hoping that you were able to get some of the exosomes for a decent price from the doctor that messaged before.

I did speak to Grant. Great guy by the way. The issue is that the exosome manufacturer would only deliver to a clinic and not a private address. So there was no way around it. I am going to see my dermatologist soon. I might ask him, but I don’t really know him well enough to expect anything. I think we’re all a bit more eager to help each other out here. I do wonder if we could organize some central hub around all this stuff somehow.

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I wonder if people like us can form relationships with some of the biohacking workspaces that have popped up around the country… for example, in Berkeley, CA there is this group:

CounterCulture Labs: Oakland’s Grassroots Community Lab for Open Science Pioneers and Biohackers.
Counter Culture Labs’ mission is to demystify and democratize biotechnology by putting tools in the hands of those who want to explore, innovate and learn to advance scientific literacy.

We are a community of scientists, tinkerers, biotech professionals, hackers, and enthusiastic fans of sharing knowledge who have banded together to create an open community lab — a fully stocked biology wet-lab built in the spirit of ‘hacker spaces’ and ‘maker spaces’ to support anyone who wants to pursue a question.

Perhaps we could have things shipped to these locations, once we have a relationship with the group?

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I’ve been wondering about something like this. There has to be a way we can get hold of these things. Not sure of the legalities of it all though. But I can’t see exosomes being that much of an issue.

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You might check out the local LA bio maker spaces / or general “Maker” spaces:

https://lamakerspace.org

USA-WEST

Berkeley BioLabs – Berkeley, CA

Bio, Tech and Beyond – Carlsbad, CA

Denver Biolabs – Denver, CO

La Jolla Library Bio Lab – La Jolla, CA

Biodidact – Los Alamos, NM

TheLab – Los Angeles, CA

Counter Culture Labs – Oakland, CA

PortLab – Portland, OR

DIYbio San Diego – San Diego, CA

Wet Lab – San Diego, CA

Indie Bio – San Francisco, CA

HiveBio Community Lab – Seattle, WA

BioCurious – Sunnyvale, CA

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