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For more than 40 years, adult stem cells therapy has been used to treat cancer patients. Recent advancements in adult stem cell therapy have been astounding. Stem cells from an ill patient are being used as part of the treatment. There is no possibility of the body rejecting the new tissue formed, making stem cell treatment safe and effective in achieving positive medical outcomes. It is important to note that adult stem cell therapy is not controversial because it involves the use of a patient’s own tissues and NOT derived from embryos.
Clinical results from cardiac, pulmonary, neurological, and vascular procedures have shown that the adult stem cell procedures are as safe as traditional procedures and are complimentary to current medical practice.
Adult stem cells are extracted from the patient’s bone marrow and fat (adipose). At Intercellular Sciences, the naturally occurring stem cells in the blood are cultivated into millions of Regenocyte Adult Stem Cells. The Regenocyte Stem Cells are produced in our international treatment center and are administered into the area of need for the patient. Once injected, they stimulate tissue re-growth and greater blood flow to the affected areas. The goal of the treatment is to replace damaged cells and to promote the growth of new blood vessels and tissues in order to help the target organ function at a greater capacity. There is no risk of rejection since the Adult Stem Cells received are directly from the patient. Regenocyte Adult Stem Cell Therapy is safe, highly effective and presents minimal risk.
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If you think that adult stem cell therapy treatment may be out of reach for your health issues, it is not. Advanced stem cell treatment is available today. Regenocyte © Adult Stem Cell Therapy results have exceeded expectations. For more information on Intercellular Sciences treatments, results, and updates on advances in adult stem cell therapy, please contact Regenocyte today.