Stem Cell Transplantation

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Use your own cell as medicine

Stem cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine designed to repair damaged cells within the body by reducing inflammation and modulating the immune system.

 

Stem cell therapies have been used to treat autoimmune diseases, orthopaedic conditions, and traumatic injuries with studies conducted on use for Crohn’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, COPD, Parkinson’s, and more.

 

There are as many as 80 ailments and health disorders can be treated via stem cells. Stem cells therapy has been emerging as the most viable option to treat multiplicity of degenerative diseases, which cannot be treated with the assistance of conventional treatment choices.
 

The benefit of stem cell transplantation

​You may experience the benefits of stem cell transplantation as listed below:

  • Strengthening immune system

  • Prevent of degenerative diseases

  • Revitalizes organ functions

  • Increases resistance to stress

  • Stimulates and control libido

  • Prevent osteoporosis

  • Decreased mental and physical fatigue

  • Retrieves concentration and memory

  • Improves quality of sleep

  • Strengthens the endogenous

  • production of growth hormone that maintains muscle mass

  • Strengthens the venous system, accelerates healing of wounds

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Where are stem cell sourced

Mesenchymal stem cells are adult stem cells isolated from different sources that can differentiate into other types of cells. In humans, these sources include; bone marrow, fat (adipose tissue), umbilical cord tissue (Wharton’s Jelly) or amniotic fluid (the fluid surrounding a fetus).

Fat-derived stem cell or adipose tissue is another source of MSCs and these have several advantages over bone marrow-derived MSCs. Adipose tissue-derived MSCs (AdMSCs), in addition to being easier and safer to isolate than bone marrow-derived MSCs, can be obtained in larger quantities.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), or stromal stem cells, can differentiate into many different types of cells within the body, including:

- Bone cells

- Cartilage

- Muscle cells

- Neural cells

- Skin cells

- Corneal cells

The process of stem cell extraction to transplantation

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The process of stem cell transplantation will take hours. It starts with liposuction, a minimally invasive procedure that extracts fat tissue from a patient. It follows by cell purification and cell extraction. This is the stage where living stem cell is obtained. The final step is intravenous and injection to specific area of the body.