The Ongoing Research and Development programs at our state-of-the –art International Clinic facilities drive the introduction of new leading edge Stem Cell treatment protocols for specific medical conditions and new cell based products.
The Company is continually developing Stem Cell treatments for specific medical conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, in order to improve the quality of life of our clients and help maintain the overall health and youth for thousands of patients around the world, today rather than later!
Is There a Treatment for MS?
As any Multiple Sclerosis patient and caregiver knows in today's medical environment there is no current cure for MS. The FDA approved medications provided are there only to mask the symptoms of the disease and do nothing to heal the damage or stem the progress of the condition. All of the prescription medications have adverse side effects such as a brain infection (PML), liver damage, lung infections, flu like symptoms, nausea, joint pain, chest pain, weakness in the legs and arms and the list goes on and on.
Everyone has heard about stem cells at some point, and you probably know that there are many controversial issues surrounding them, but what do they really do? Stem cells are actually blank (undifferentiated) cells that exist in a number of different places throughout the body. For instance they are found in the umbilical cord along with amniotic fluid and they are also located in the bone marrow of every individual on the planet. The best part about these cells is of course that they are blank, and as a result, they can become any other cell type (differentiated) in the human body.
By utilizing Stem Cell Transplantation technology we can use a person's own Stem Cells to help repair the damage being caused by the MS condition at a cellular level and turn back the clock of the effects and symptoms of this devastating progressive disease.
Our Stem Cell treatment program for Multiple Sclerosis consists of harvesting and greatly expanding a person's own Adult Stem Cells from their bone marrow blood to produce a concentrated solution that is used for the transplant procedure. These Stem Cells are differentiated into neural cells and transplanted back into specific parts of the body where they will help to regenerate the damage from the lesions in the spine and in the brain as well as the ability to regenerate the myelin around the nerve cells thus improving the signal strength for the nerve impulses.
Our treatment protocol addresses the root cause of the MS condition (the immune system) and most of our patients do not go back to taking any MS prescribed medication. Instead they have the stem cell transplant procedure and concentrate on diet, exercise, PT, supplements and a healthy lifestyle to stop the progression of their MS condition.
The current medical opinion is that any condition that causes tissue degeneration may be a candidate for Stem Cell therapy. This includes many diseases, some of which are quite devastating, and with that being the case, turning to stem cell therapy will undoubtedly be the best thing you can do for yourself. Don't be afraid!
This is a huge step for you if you are looking for a multiple sclerosis treatment! Don't let MS rule your life, and don't allow others to tell you that you have no other options. This is your choice, and you must make the right one for your future health.
Please contact Stem Cells for Hope today for a free consultation.
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Simply put, multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory disease which will ultimately damage the fatty myelin sheaths that form around the axons of the brain and spinal cord. Women tend to have more problems with it than men. In essence you are dealing with a neuro-degenerative disease that will interrupt the contact of the brain's nerve cells with the rest of the body. The enemy is within your body. It is your auto-immune system that is attacking the nerve cells of the CNS (Central Nervous System) although some outside factors such as a lack of vitamin D have been linked to the condition. During MS, the body's own immune system will wage war on the axon's insulation (myelin), and once that insulation is gone, the axons will no longer conduct the signals given to your body.
This can result in both physical and cognitive disability in many patients regardless of age or sex, and new symptoms can appear all the time. It should be noted that the symptoms of multiple sclerosis may dissipate completely between attacks, but this doesn't mean that the condition has stopped and that continued long term effects shouldn't be disregarded. Oftentimes permanent neurological effects rear their ugly head, and this leaves many wondering if there is a multiple sclerosis cure out here.
Multiple sclerosis treatments do exist, but as for an outright cure? The problem is that we know how the disease works. In fact we have a deep understanding of its mechanics, but we do not know the actual mechanism that causes the immune system to attack the cells of the body. There have been plenty of studies over the years in the interest of finding a way to reverse multiple sclerosis, but the core information tends to elude us, along with a multiple sclerosis cure. This knowledge would make a huge difference, but as of right now, people are forced to look at alternative medical procedures such as a legitimate Stem Cell treatment centers if they want one of the more successful treatments for MS.
The best that MS patients can hope for with today's medical technology is based on this very typical quote from a neurologist in California that they hear all the time from the Medical Community:
"A doctor has to have a frank and open discussion to find out what is tolerable for patients,"
says Dr. Green, MD, MCR, assistant professor in the department of neurology at the University of California, San Francisco and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Scientist and Distinguished Professor in Neurology.
"Some side effects go away as the body gets used to MS medications, but others do not."
"Because people experience side effects differently, each individual has to decide which side effects can be lived with, says Dr. Green."
Are you willing to live with this attitude towards the diagnosis of your MS condition or are you ready to look at an alternative medical procedure that can help you with the quality of your life today?