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    Peyton Manning tries to avoid a third surgery on his neck by traveling to Europe for stem cell treatment, according to a report on Fox's NFL pregame show. > (Michael Dwyer/AP)

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    NFL players hoping to extend their playing career apparently don't think stem-cell treatment is a bad idea. Last week came a report that injured Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning had stem cell therapy in Europe before having a third neck surgery this month. Now comes a new report that free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens is in South Korea for a three-day stem-cell therapy treatment.
    The Korea Times reported Tuesday that Owens, hoping to continue his NFL career, is currently in South Korea for stem-cell therapy on his surgically repaired ACL. Owens has so far been unable to get signed as a free agent, and he's apparently hoping the treatment will speed recovery from the off-season ACL surgery.

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    Stem-cell therapy isn't approved in the U.S.


    Former NFL defensive lineman Jarvis Green said stem-cell therapy has changed his life.

    Former NFL defensive lineman Jarvis Green's decision to have stem-cell therapy on a torn-up knee wasn't just about football. It was also about quality of life. And 15 months after the procedure, from both a football and life standpoint, he has a message for Peyton Manning:

    Good days are ahead.

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    the league hasn't chimed in on this so far. wonder how much the treaments are??? likey more players are considering this. but I would like to see short and long term side effect if any. you???
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    after further review this may be better suited for the locker room. so move it if need be
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    Very interesting.

    I have heard good things about stem cell treatments. But I know very little.


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    Not sure if you meant to, but this is the perfect way to post new threads. New threads should start with an image no wider than 450px. It makes the front page looks nice. Rep added and 250,000 arrowcash sent.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    Not sure if you meant to, but this is the perfect way to post new threads. New threads should start with an image no wider than 450px. It makes the front page looks nice. Rep added and 250,000 arrowcash sent.
    yeah I meant to.
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