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COPD/Lung Condition| FAQ

Treatment of various lung conditions, including COPD, has shown measurable results. Studies indicate that a particular type of stem cell, Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, have the ability to suppress many of the immune system assailants such as macrophages that attack emphysema-ridden lung tissue. Not surprisingly, many people with COPD who have been treated with Adipose-Derived Stem Cells have reported experiencing reductions in shortness of breath and reliance on supplemental oxygen.

Diabetes| FAQ

The success rate diabetes treatment with Adult Adipose-Derived Stem Cells has been reassuring. A decrease in the daily dose of insulin required is observed within three months of treatment in the majority of patients – ideally, they can completely omit the use of insulin. The significant success rates and the low risk associated with the treatment are both good reasons for considering treatment with Adult Adipose-Derived Stem Cells.

Kidney Diseases| FAQ

Adult Stem Cells therapy is showing promise to potentially treat and cure kidney disease. The use of stem cells in kidney transplant for instance can help restore good kidney tissues and contribute to its healthy function and development.

Liver Diseases| FAQ

Adult Stem Cells offer promise both to people born with liver problems and to those who develop liver disease later in life. Those born with liver disease caused by a genetic error potentially could be treated by a relatively small amount of liver cells. These cells could relieve the symptoms of liver disease or the genetic error could potentially be corrected by gene therapy.

Osteoarthritis| FAQ

The Adult Stem Cells used to treat osteoarthritis come from the patient’s own fat (autologous adipose). The fat tissue sample is collected via a small liposuction procedure, which is performed by a certified plastic surgeon under general anesthesia.

Joint Repair| FAQ

Stem cell procedures may eliminate the need for joint replacement surgery. Adipose-Derived Stem Cells procedures are showing significant results with joint repair. Quality of life is improved through the significant reduction of pain, and the rebuilding of healthy tissues also helps restore normal functioning joint areas.

Autism| FAQ

Autism is a disorder of childhood neural development characterized by impaired social interactions, communication, mood alterations, anxiety, repetitive behavior, metabolic and digestive issues. Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells connect and organize. The most effective proven method of treatment for autism requires stopping the toxic exposure, purging the body of heavy metals, increase circulation to the brain, reducing inflammation, addressing leaky gut issues and stimulating the re-growth of effected neurons. Adipose Derived Stem Cells have been proven to work positively in the brain section and improve neural function in children. After three treatments with fat derived stem cell therapy, children could once again form sentences, make eye contact, use the telephone and interact with other children without.

Lupus| FAQ

Reversing the chronic effects of lupus has been showing promise through stem cell procedures. Using Adipose-Derived Stem Cells, organ function can improve considerably, and patients have responded favorably over time.

Multiple Sclerosis| FAQ

Multiple sclerosis stem cell therapies utilize autologous adult stem cells, which means they come from the patient themselves. This means there is little to no possibility of a patient’s body rejecting the cells. The Adult Stem Cells come from the patient’s adipose tissue, or fat. An innovative therapeutic endovascular placement of Adult Adipose-Derived Stem Cells that are the patient’s own cells and are placed as close as possible to the targeted organ or tissues.

Rheumatoid Arthritis| FAQ

Adult Stem Cells injected into the joint areas are being shown to help restore its normal function. Those who have received treatment for the repair and restoration of their joints are reported not having to rely on medications for minimizing the pain.

Stroke| FAQ

Adult Stem Cells from the patient’s own fat may help doctors extend the window of opportunity to support dying brain cells and reverse the cascade of events that is triggered by stroke. Also, stem cells may be able to replace cells that are irreversibly damaged by stroke.

Parkinson’s Disease| FAQ

Parkinson’s disease is managed with autologous Adult Stem Cells that are harvested from the patient’s own fat. There is very little possibility of a patient’s body rejecting their own stem cells.

Erectile Dysfunction| FAQ

Erectile Dysfunction often called impotence is defined as a repeated inability to get or keep an erection for sexual intercourse. The word impotence may also be used to describe other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse and reproduction, such as lack of sexual desire and problems with ejaculation or orgasm. Using the term erectile dysfunction makes it clear that those other problems are not involved. Damage to nerves, arteries, smooth muscles, and fibrous tissues, often as a result of a disease, is the most common cause of erectile penile dysfunction. Stem Cell Therapy with Adult Adipose Stem Cells can solve these issues.

HIV| FAQ

There has been some success in treating degenerative diseases and autoimmune disorders, such as HIV with Adipose Stem Cells. For HIV, the cells are reversed into attacking the T cells that tries to annihilate cells infected with certain harmful proteins.

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