Insulin is a hormone that facilitates the absorption of glucose from the blood. Once absorbed, this glucose can be used to provide energy to the body. In people with diabetes, this absorption does not occur. The result is a person who cannot regulate his own blood glucose.
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Diabetes Mellitus is a condition in which the body either doesn’t produce its own insulin or doesn’t respond to the insulin that is being produced. This often happens because the patient’s pancreas, the organ responsible for insulin creation, does not function correctly.
This is the case when a patient has Type I diabetes, and the symptoms often become obvious during a patient’s childhood. In other cases, the body may have built up an insulin resistance over time due to obesity or poor diet; this is referred to as Type II diabetes and is more common in older adults.
When glucose stays in the blood, rather than being absorbed by the body, it can result in vascular and nerve problems. These complications can be serious and, if left unattended, become life-threatening.
How Stem Cell Therapy Works
Stem cells are harvested from the patient’s own bone marrow, which includes fresh cells, proteins, growth factors and other tools necessary to rebuild damaged tissue. Although these substances exist naturally in an individual’s bone marrow, they are usually not released into a person’s bloodstream in sufficient quantities to repair damage throughout the body.
By liberating the stem cells and relocating them to an affected area, stem cell treatment solves this problem and provides relief to damaged tissue.
This regenerative effect makes stem cell therapy an attractive treatment option for patients suffering from degenerative illnesses, including auto-immune disorders, aging and damage from disease.
Steps To Receive a Treatment
ProgenCell’s procedures are scientifically designed and professionally followed; we have one goal in mind: substantial health improvement using stem cell therapy for people with Diabetes.
We do not suggest that patients substitute their current medical doctor or abandon current treatments. Since this is a long-term protocol, it is necessary for your current medical doctor to continue to follow up on your case.
Our medical experts study your case, your current condition as well as your health history. After a full evaluation it is decided if you could be eligible to participate in this protocol, and receive cell therapy. A multidisciplinary medical committee studies your case and honestly considers your improvement potential.
After your case is evaluated, a ProgenCell staff member will contact you regarding your particular case and potential benefits. We also answer any question you may have about the procedure or the requirements to make it happen.
Once you have consented, we can plan ahead. Because of ProgenCell’s high demand, it is necessary to schedule a date for your procedure at least 2 to 3 weeks in advance. Exceptions can be made when the condition of the patient requires urgent care.
Conditioning and medical procedure:
When your appointment is scheduled, we will assign you an agent that will become your personal assistant related to your medical procedure. This assistant will be able to help you with administrative tasks, logistics, planning your stay, communication with the medical staff, etc. Your personal agent will provide you the proper documentation to complete your medical records and will explain the informed consent. In short, we will coordinate all that’s necessary for a practical and easy stay with ProgenCell. The complete treatment – from beginning to end- will take from 3 to 6 hours, depending on the case. During your recovery time you will have access to a telephone, TV and internet.