Scientist

Healthy Aging & Regenerative Therapy

The medical revolution is constantly innovating high-technology invention for the crowd, the precise medical trend of regenerative cell therapy, is more in line with the life sciences, besides helping you to find back the perfect skin in your mind, let your body function like a reversal of time, giving you a different youthful quality of life and creating a miracle in you.

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Stem cell therapy is a non-invasive treatment that aims to replace damaged cells within the body. Mesenchymal stem cell therapy can be deployed systemically via IV or injected locally to target specific sites, depending on patient needs.

Stem cell therapies have been used to treat autoimmune, inflammatory, neurological, orthopedic conditions and traumatic injuries with studies conducted on use for Crohn's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, COPD, Parkinson's, ALS, Stroke recovery and more.

Stem cells can be obtained from many different sources. These include adipose (fat tissue), umbilical cord tissue, placental tissue, umbilical cord blood, or bone marrow. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can be sourced from a variety of tissue including adipose tissue (fat), bone marrow, umbilical cord tissue, blood, liver, dental pulp, and skin.  

MSCs can utilize their ultimate self-renewal, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, signaling, and differentiation properties to influence positive change within the body. Stem cells do not necessarily provide a cure for these conditions. The premise is allowing the body to heal itself well enough to mitigate the symptoms of the conditions for long periods. In many cases, this alone allows for a substantial increase in quality of life for patients.

Natural killer cells (NK cells), a type of lymphocyte that is a part of the innate immune system, has the ability to recognize and attack foreign substances, including cancer cells, without receiving specific instructions from other cells. This is why they are called a natural killer.

NK cells constantly monitor and patrol the body for cancer cells and foreign substances, and its activity tends to decrease after peaking at around age 20.

 

In addition to aging, factors that decrease NK cell activity include stress, lack of sleep, poor diet, and medications. It has also been shown that cancer cells themselves can interfere with NK cell activity. Cancer cells release cytokines (substances involved in transmitting information) in order to escape attacks from NK cells and to try to suppress their actions.

When the activity of NK cells is held back and their function is decreased, the number of cancer cells that cannot be suppressed and kept in check increases.

A technology has been developed in which NK cells are cultured in large quantities outside of the body, activated and then returned to the body. This is our activated NK cell therapy.

 

This treatment enhances the innate immune system and fights cancer with the power of activated NK cells.