Congratulations on taking the first step towards learning more about stem cell therapy.
Adult (Non Embryonic) Stem Cells are undifferentiated cells that have the capability to replace dying cells and regenerate damaged tissue. These special cells target areas of injury, disease and destruction where they are capable of regenerating healthy cells and enabling a person’s natural healing processes to be accelerated.
As we gain a deeper understanding of their medical function and apply this knowledge, we are realizing their enormous therapeutic potential to help the body heal itself.
Adult stem cells have been used to repair and regenerate acute and chronically damaged tissues in humans and animals to treat a variety of medical conditions.
How Cellular Therapy Protocol Works
Adult stem cells are obtained from sources, including bone marrow, cord blood, peripheral blood and others. Because of their properties, each one has particular advantages and disadvantages.
Once the cells are obtained, their quality can be manipulated and assesed and then be infused in the participant. Contamination and damage of natural cell function may increase with too much manipulation. The possibility of rejection and severe post-treatment complications increases substancially if the stem cell donor is different than the patient to be treated, such as a Graft-Versus-Host-Disease.
Stem cell therapy regenerates cells and specific organs that are affected by disease. According to several studies, Stem Cells have the ability to differentiate into other types of cells (cardiac cells, bone/cartilage, liver cells, nerve, etc.). In addition, these Stem Cells have the ability to chemically detect damaged tissue, “home” those tissues, and directly repair them. This kind of therapy helps to increase the tissue’s functionality, resulting in considerable improvement of a person’s medical condition.
Many people have improved their health conditions by participating in this research protocol (and have received the benefit of keeping their body systems and organs in optimal condition), even where other treatments have failed to work.
Due to the stem cell research hype all over the world, we recommend individuals gather as much information as possible in order to get to the right people and to the correct treatment. There are clinics in which the stem cells are obtained from an unknown donor source and the risks involved could be very high. It is highly recommendable to use only stem cells directly from the same person in order to perform autologous infusions, by doing so, there is no risk of rejection or complications during the extraction and/or infusion process. Read more about stem cell therapy and its potential.