STEM CELL TREATMENTS
Stem cell treatments are possible now with our technology.
The progenitor cells derived from the peripheral blood, have the capacity of self-renew themselves, and to give birth to new specialised cells. This is a typical characteristic of stem cells. This cells can be induced to differentiate themselves into macrophage cells, lymphocytes, epithelial cells, neurones and hepatic cells among others.
At BioHuman, S.A., with the help of a medic, we design a custom-made stem cell treatment for all kinds of illnesses such as the following:
- Type II Diabetes
- Erythematous Lupus
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Joint damage
- Ligament rupture due to damage
- Hair loss
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Cardiac illness
- Renal illness
- Liver illness
- Muscular dystrophy
- Parkinson’s disease
- Emphysema or Lung Fibrosis
- Bone marrow damage
- Ischemic ulcers
- Aesthetical treatments such as facial renewal
- Systemic anti-age therapy
The patient arrives at BioHuman and with the help of a complete biochemical panel our technical staff decides the best course of action, regarding stem cell type and protocol.
We then proceed to extract a blood sample from peripheral blood, and apply our unique technology. The blood is passed through a filtration process, which isolates the stem cells according to the designed protocol. Once isolated, the stem cells go through a specialized culture process which expands the amount of stem cells in a 48 to 96 hours window.
We then proceed to prepare the cells for treatment, which acording to the application or ilness will be prepared as an IV solution or inyection. The application is an ambulatory process and can be done within our facilities. There is no need for an operating room or anesthesia. We offer the best hassle-free treatment possible, with minimal invasion and no pain, and the posibility to be accompanied by a family member during the inoculation procedure.
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