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Stem Cell Knee Injections: What to expect?

A stem cell knee injection is a regenerative medicine method that nurtures the cartilage with stimulant factors, growth factors and most important special cells, with the capacity of duplication and differentiation into cartilage. This is a low invasive and autologous procedure, which means the infused stem cells come from your own bone marrow, this can [...]

Introducing our Top Tier Technology

Regenerative medicine is a medical field that involves the use of different specialized equipment, thanks to that we have all the innovative methods and practices there are today. As part of this medical field, stem cell therapy has presented a very significant improvement due to all the new technologies available like the ones used below [...]

Stem Cell Therapy for MS shows promise: Selma Blair

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system characterized by demyelination and axonal degeneration. MS patients typically present with a relapsing-remitting (RR) disease course, manifesting as sporadic attacks of neurological symptoms including ataxia, fatigue, and sensory impairment. While there are several effective disease-modifying therapies able to address the inflammatory relapses associated with RRMS,

Stem Cells for Knees

An injury of articular cartilage such as Knee Injuries can cause osteoarthritis and seriously affect the physical and mental health of patients. Unfortunately, current surgical treatment techniques that are commonly used in the clinic cannot regenerate articular cartilage. Regenerative medicine involving stem cell knee injections has entered a new stage and is considered the most promising way to regenerate articular cartilage.  

Join our Multiple Sclerosis Community

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition that affects the central nervous system which consists of the brain and spinal cord. A recent MS study showed that almost 1 million of people in the United States suffer from this condition and around 2.3 million people from all around the world have multiple sclerosis. The MS Discovery Forum informed that 200 cases are diagnosed weekly in the United States.

5 Facebook groups you should join about stem cells

Facebook has one of the biggest communities of all time, they have over 2.80 Billion active users. According to Edison Research, 63% of U.S. adults over the age of 12 use the social network and around 6 in 10 U.S. adults use Facebook.
Facebook has easily become one of the most important Social Media Networks with such an impact on their users.

Q&A Session with Dr. Gaviño – Knee Injections, Stem Cells vs PRP

On February 26th Dr. Gaviño who is President of ProgenCell’s Scientific Committee was able to answer your questions on a Facebook Live Session. If you missed it, you can watch it here ( ).
During the transmission here is the information that was discussed.

Regenerative Medicine Scientific Liaison: Hi everyone, thanks for joining us today.

Q&A Session with Dr. Gaviño -Stem Cell Therapy and MS

This past Friday, March 26th we had a Live Q&A Session with the president of our medical committee Dr. Gaviño through our facebook page ProgenCell – Stem cell therapies ( If you missed it, watch now. (
Here are the questions that were answered.

Regenerative Medicine Scientific Liaison: Hi everyone, thanks for joining us today in our Q&A Session for multiples sclerosis.

Tourism of Health and Wellness Award 2021

Over the years Tijuana has turned into one of the most popular destinations to seek medical attention, from just a simple medical appointment with a general doctor to a major surgery. This has been possible because Tijuana is located on one of the most important borders in the world, being the border city to California.

Stem Cell Therapy for Asperger’s Syndrome

Thanks to Elon Musk, Asperger’s Syndrome awareness and conversations are trending, it is important to take advantage and spread information about the syndrome and the different alternatives for people under this spectrum.

Asperger’s syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests.Today,