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Multiple Sclerosis – MS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease in which the immune system attacks the meylin sheath. This results in poor nerve cell communication. Conventional medicine does not have a treatment to reverse this debilitating disease. It is widely accepted that stem cells migrate to the areas of tissue damage. In the injured areas, the stem cells reduce inflammation and assist in regeneration. This happens in the peripheral as well as the central nervous system. Everyone responds at a different rate of cellular repair per treatment so more than one treatment is needed, and over time, many of the symptoms of MS will be diminished.
Parkinson’s Disease – is a progressive movement disorder due to the loss of functional cells in the brain. Conventional medicine does not have a treatment to reverse this disease. Stem cells have the ability to cross the blood brain barrier and respond to the paracrine signaling by the damaged neurons. They can be replacement cells to restore normal function in the area of damage. Everyone responds at a different rate of cellular repair per treatment so more than one treatment is needed, and over time, many of the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease will be diminished.
COPD – A group of lung diseases associated with restricted breathing due to damaged alveoli. Currently there is no conventional treatment that can reverse this disease. Stem cells respond to the paracrine signaling of the damaged alveoli and assist in repairing the damaged lung tissue. Umbilical cord stem cells are known to sequester in the lungs after intravenous administration.
Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease – Advanced irritable bowel diseases that often result in partial or complete colectomies. Conventional medicine does not have a treatment that can reverse these progressive diseases. Stem cells reduce inflammation and repair damaged intestional tissue. A study shows healthy intestinal tissue post a stem cell treatment in Crohn’s.
Stroke – A blood clot in the brain causes a stroke whereby brain tissue does not receive oxygen and dies. This results in paralysis of certain parts of the body. There is evidence that shows the differentiation of stem cells into neurons. They also have vasculogenic properties that assist in the formation of new blood vessels. These properties help reverse the brain damage caused by the stroke and can dramatically affect a stroke victim’s quality of life.
Lyme’s Disease – This is a debilitating chronic inflammatory disease that starts with an infection by the borrelia bacteria and often progresses due to co-infections. IV antibiotics are given during the acute stage but many patients are in the chronic phase of Lyme’s disease, suffering with joint pain, skin issues, digestive issues and cognition problems. Stem cells have immunomuduling and immunosupressive properties which can greatly affect patients with Lyme’s. They migrate to the areas of damage where they differentiate and colonize, regenerating the injured tissue.
Osteoarthritis – Umbilical cord stem cells have the best results when it comes to joint arthritis. Due to their high proliferation and cytokine activity, they can even help in bone on bone situations.
Neuropathy – stem cells have long been evidenced as being very effective at eliminating the pain associated with neuropathy. Often times, just one treatment is needed.
Alzheimer’s – Intravenously administered MSC’s have the ability to cross the blood brain barrier and migrate to the areas of inflammation and plaque formation. Umbilical cord stem cells have been documented to reduce pro-inflammatory cytokines and increase the anti-inflammatory cytokines. They also reduce plaque formation. Patients experienced improved cognition and spatial memory.
Other ailments that are treated with stem cells include ALS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Dementia, Diabetes, and Autoimmune disease such as Lupus.