Stem Cell Therapy Myths

7 Stem Cell Therapy Myths debunked

Misconceptions arise about any emerging medical treatment, but they seem particularly pronounced when it comes to Stem Cell Therapy. Perhaps that’s because the ethical debate that has surrounded stem cell therapy has forced several prejudices in to it.There are many myths about this subject and much erroneous speculation. So we asked Dr. Luis Romero and other members of ProgenCell Scientific Committee to identify the common myths about Stem Cell Therapy today to help people wishing to know more about it separate fact from fiction.

Wellness Expo 2019

The 2019 Wellness Expo Recap

ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies had the honor to be invited to The 2019 Wellness Expo held at Sanford Consortium of Regenerative Medicine hosted by Miracle Coast in Conjunction with Wellness Revolutions and Bella Vista Social Club and Café, included Holistic and Wellness practitioners and keynote speakers as Dr. Angie Cross, Ronnie Cruz, Al and Tony Caligagan.

What is Biohacking

What is Biohacking

What is Biohacking

Biohacking is a term that has recently become popular, whose meaning has several slopes. To broadly define it refers to the use and study of biology in order to enhance body performance. It encompasses do-it-your-self-biology, grinders, Nutrigenomics, and quantified self, concepts that we need to explore in order to have a grasp of understanding of what biohacking really is.

ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies named Better Business Bureau Accredited Business.

Tijuana, MX, August 15, 2019 – Last week, ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies announced its recent renewal of Accreditation by the Better Business Bureau, for the second year in a row. As a BBB Accredited Business, ProgenCell is dedicated to promoting trust among current and future patients. BBB’s accreditation helps people understand who the organization is and the core values it believes in.

Improving quality of life: patients with MS

There are characteristics in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that can be identified, such as: Demyelination and Gliosis (Scar Tissue). This affectations can happen in different parts of the Central Nervous System (CNS), with different appearance in time causing selective destruction of myelin. Around 350,000 Americans are affected by MS, and 2.5 millions worldwide. More than half of the patients with MS have specific autoantibodies against myelin stimulating its demyelination and activates macrophages,

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