Sources of Stem Cells

Stem cells are cells that divide into carbon copies of themselves, literally cloning themselves. This is to ensure that there will be a sufficient supply of stem cells as you grow older.

Stem cells are your inner contractors as well as your inner physicians. They form new bodies, help you grow through the years and they also stay with you as long as they can to help repair your injuries. They are able to repair your injured cells by releasing growth factors. They can also divide to create cells that replace your dead and worn out cells.

Xeno cells and Umbilical cord stem cells have the longest tract record of use and safety. These stem cells are multipotent, able to divide into a variety of cells, and they show great promise as therapies for kidney, liver, heart and lung disorders, diabetes and other autoimmune disorders and brain injuries and other neurological disorders as well as spinal cord injuries.

Xenotransplantation ("From different species") Xeno cells involve the transfer of living cells, tissues or organs between different species of animals." It began in 1930 when Swiss physician Paul Niehans first developed the concept of cell therapy using animal fetal (newborn calf) tissue fragments to treat humans under the established principle "Like treats Like." Xeno transplants have evolved today to become one of the most highly successful alternative treatments used for the regeneration and healing of numerous human diseases.

These cells of different species are so similar that they can be used between all species. "Growth Factors" stimulate the stem cells within your body to assist in their healing processes. When your body is invaded by poisons, toxins, bacteria, and viruses the necessary Peptides or "Growth Factors" in an aging body may not be available in adequate quantities to heal damaged organs.

Allogeneic Cells ("From the same species") Human umbilical cord blood (Allo Cord Blood Stem Cells) have been used to treat blood and immune disorders for three decades primarily to replenish blood and bone marrow in cancer patients. It's estimated over 8,500 cord blood transfusions have been successfully performed throughout the world, with little or no side effects. Recent research shows that primitive stem cells from umbilical cord blood have similar powers and health promoting benefits as do human embryonic stem cells, but without the ethical and safety issues.

For the past several years, various multi-potent cord stem cells and progenitor cells have gained support for use in more expansive health conditions, genetic disorders and anti-aging therapies. Embryonic-like stem cells found in umbilical cord blood are being used for various neurological disorders outside the United States. They are proving to be particularly effective when treating certain diseases like Parkinson's Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Dementia, ALS, etc. providing the ability to grow new cells in damaged tissues and organs.

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