• Stem cell Therapy for Neurological Disorders
    Keep Your Hope Alive...
    Parkinson's Disease
    Autologous Stem Cells are proven to minimize
    the symptoms by regenerating Dopamine
    producing Neurons.
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Metabolic disorders
    Challenge your Autoimmunity...
    Diabetes Mellitus
    Stem cells have improved indications of good
    glycemic control in patients by managing
    HbA1c levels.
  • Stem cell therapy for Lung Disease
    Breathe Easy...
    Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory
    properties of stem cells can control reactive
    airways associated with Asthma.
  • Bone Related Disorders
    No More Pain...
    Stem cells can redevelop cartilagenous
    tissue observed from X-Ray analysis
    avoiding further damage to the joints.
    stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis
  • stem cell therapy for macular degeneration
    Live Your Vision...
    Macular Degeneration

  • stem cell therapy for sports injuries
    Say No To Knife...
    Stem cells can concert remodeling of various
    connective tissue in the presence of
    cytokines and growth factors to promote
    faster healing.

  • Stem cell therapy for Autism
    Catalyst for the Innovation...
    Stem cells have improved indications of good
    glycemic control in patients by managing
    HbA1c levels.
  • Stem cell therapy for Anti Aging
    Revive Yourself...
    Stem cells have the ability to regenerate
    new skin cells & envigourate the damaged
    one to make you look young naturally.


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Since ages, anti-aging has been a concept that has kept mankind occupied. The idea is all about staying healthy and fit as we grow old with age. Improving the quality of our life should be our motto and to fulfill these deep desires

It is the special characteristic of these cells which starts rejuvenating your entire body once it gets into your blood stream. Most of the people have reported of having an increased level of energy........Read More

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antiaging stem cell therapyHair Loss

Stem cell therapies hold great promise in the application of neurodegenerative disorders such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig's Diseases for which traditional treatments provide no permanent solutions. Our brain has a network of cells called motor neurons.

ALS literally means weakened muscles (Amyotrophic) in the Lateral portion of the spinal cord due to progressive damage of motor neurons (Sclerosis).......Read More

Autism is used to describe a spectrum of disorders affecting brain development. This disorder is characterised by weakened social interaction, impaired verbal or non verbal communication and indulgence in repetitive behaviour. Though all these signs and symptoms start appearing after 3 years of age, scientists believe that the cause of this condition is rooted in certain mutational changes and environmental stress occurred during early life.

Much like a machine our brain relies on internal network of nerve cells for transmitting information.......Read More

Alzheimer is the severe version of dementia named after the neurologist Dr. Alois Alzheimer. It is a kind of progressive neurodegenerative disorder associated with the gradual loss of cognitive functions such as thinking, memory, reasoning and behavioural skills.

The disease initially affects its victim subtly with the preliminary symptoms being disorientation and memory loss but in later stage the disease can progress to an extent of complete dependency on others for the basic activities of daily living.......Read More

Chest pain, arm tingling, shortness of the breath, fatigue with usual activities all may be signs that your heart is not keeping up with its normal functioning; which may ultimately lead to cardiovascular diseases.

It is one umbrella under which many diseases associated with heart and blood vessel lay; principally referring to Heart Disease.......Read More

Cerebral palsy is a broad term used to describe a group of non progressive “chronic palsies” impairing control over movements due to brain damage. Children with CP are most likely born with the condition, but some may acquire later during a first 3-5 years of child’s life.

The disorder is generally associated with the secondary conditions such as difficulty eating, bladder/bowel problems, seizures and learning disabilities; which can get better or worse over time........Read More

Chronic obstructive lung disease also known as chronic obstructive airway disease is a type of lung disease characterised by progressively poor passage of airflow associated with difficulty in breathing; excessive cough and sputum are other common symptoms of COPD.

To understand COPD, we should first know how our lungs work. The inhalation and exhalation of air we breathe in is functioned by a network of tiny tubes in our lungs called Bronchioles or Airway tube........Read More

Critical Limb ischemia is the severe blockage to the artery consequently reducing blood flow to other extremities such as hands, feet and legs. This is again a form of progressive disorder to the point of severe skin ulcers, sores and unbearable pain.

Critical limb ischemia is the advanced stage of peripheral artery disease (PAD), which results from a progressive thickening of an arteries lining (caused by a build up of plaque)....Read More

Diabetes is an Autoimmune medical condition subtly affecting our health. Since symptoms of frequent urination and greater thirst do not seem to be dangerous; diabetes is highly ignored in the initial stage. But the gravity of the situation is realized in an advanced stage.

Excessive high level of glucose in the blood stream is mainly responsible for most of the complications of diabetes including blindness, kidney failure, heart diseases and stroke.......Read More

Diabetes Mellitus represents several diseases in which over time, exposure to high blood glucose may damage some of the most functional organs such as nerves, kidneys, eyes and blood vessels. It can also decrease the body’s ability to fight infection. Diabetic foot ulcers are a significant and rapidly growing complication of diabetes and its effects on wound healing... Read More

Erectile dysfunction is mainly characterized by the inability to develop or maintain erection of the penis for a longer span, which can ultimately lead to Impotence.

Although not life threatening by itself ED is a strong predictor of high mortality diseases such as coronary artery diseases, cardiovascular diseases. An understanding of the basic.......Read More

The human eye is a complex yet important organ of our body filled with nerves, a lens, liquid and more. This organ gives us the ability to visualize the world in different colors, shapes and dimensions; based on the reflection and refraction principle. In our eye, many major components work simultaneously to capture and transmit the image to the occipital lobe of the brain via optic nerves.

Photoreceptor cells, present in our eyes generate nerve impulses to distinguish colored images with black and white images. A separate information from left and right eye, is sent to the brain via these nerve impulses. This information is then combined by our brain for determining the distance and depth of the image in order to visualize full three dimentional image.........Read More

Although very common, hair loss is a very distressing disorder; denting a person’s confidence and provoking the feeling of depression. Because there are so many reasons of hair loss, determining the exact cause can be a bit difficult.

It has been observed that hair loss is not only linked up with the internal disease but is also associated with some genetic manipulations and family history...Read More

Kidney diseases occur when one suffers from a gradual and usually permanent loss of kidney function over time. Kidney disorders are one of the cosmopolitan diseases affecting many people.

Transplantation offers a hope for cure but many die due to shortage of organ; those who are lucky to get the transplants, run the risk of immune rejection........Read More

Liver cirrhosis is a serious ailment characterized by significant malfunctioning of liver through scar, fibrosis and other regenerative nodules such as lumps. Liver is the largest organ of our body. Its main functions are to digest food, store energy, remove poisons and help in metabolism.

It is characterized both by the cause and effect it has on the liver cells. Causes may include infection, injury and exposure to drugs or other toxic compounds, an autoimmune process or genetic factors.........Read More

With age and as we get older we still want to have a young look. For this purpose we offer you a very interesting product, specifically your own cells from fat tissue - "Look Fit" . Stem cells consequent from fat tissue possesses ideal property to achieve closely these results. By inserting these stem cells combined with some fat tissue into the areas of the face with wrinkles; a soft altering of the face is possible without losing the distinctiveness of your own face....Read More

Muscular dystrophy is categorized as a group of one of the most catastrophic congenital birth defects provoking progressive muscular atrophies and wasting. Children with MD’s are typically succumbed to paralysis and death in their twenties from respiratory or cardiac complications.

The defect is consistently observed at the age of 3-5 years by when the child has difficulty in walking and controlling the body movements. As more and more muscles are compromised children.........Read More

Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating autoimmune disease wherein central nervous system (brain, spinal cord and optic nerves) is attacked by body’s own immune system. In severe cases the patient becomes paralyzed or blind but in milder case there may be numbness in the limb.

It can be difficult to diagnose early as the symptoms often come and go. Our brain has a very complex structure comprising of neurons, nerve fibres........Read More

Orthopaedics is the branch of medical science, concerned with the conditions involving the musculoskeletal systems. This complex system includes our bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves. All these tissues work with the great synchronization to allow us to move, work and be active.........Read More

Ankylosing Spondylitis

Parkinson’s disease is the progressive disorder of nervous system affecting movements. It develops gradually starting with the barely noticeable tremors but in the later stage it is associated with frequent body stiffness and slowing or complete loss of movement.

Parkinson’s is a type of neurodegenerative disorder involving malfunctioning or death of vital nerve cells called neurons in the brain..........Read More

Spinal cord injury can be a devastating condition, causing damage or trauma to any parts of the spinal cord or nerves at the end of the spinal canal. This may bring permanent changes in the strength, sensation and other body functions below the site of the injury.

SCI TreatmentSpinal Cord Injuries

Stem cell treatment SCISpinal Cord Malformations

A stroke is considered to be a life-threatening incident where the brain is deprived of sufficient oxygen. Anyone who has had a stroke in the past or is at risk of stroke should be aware of its treatment and medical care.

The disturbance in the blood supply is either due to ischemia (lack of blood supply) or haemorrhage (sudden bleeding). It is a kind of attack occurring when a blood........Read More

Sports injuries have common occurrence in professional sports due to increased wear and tear of the locomotive tissues requiring immediate medical attention. In that sense; sports injury therapy with stem cells has been a topic of intense discussion, as many wounded players are hoping to be back in their favourite games. As we all know our joints and hinges are backed by the muscles, ligaments and tendons to keep them strong and stable...  Read More

Wounds are commonly referred as damage to any body parts caused generally due to accidents, falls, hits, weapons, diseases, sports, etc. They are very common, affecting millions of people; who injure themselves every year. These wounds can either be minor or life threatening.
Minor Wounds, Burns, Ulcers, Gastric Ulcers
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Advancells-Stem cell Therapy

Welcome to Advancells

Advancells is focused on therapeutic applications of regenerative medicine primarily used in stem cells generated from the patient's own body source. We are passionate about the possibilities and unlimited potential of adult stem cells and therefore with a strong belief and enduring dedication we deliver technologies for the safe and effective treatments to patients all .....Read more

Advancells announced as a 1st Runner – Up in China (Shenzhen) Innovation and Entrepreneurship International Competition.

Indo - China (Shenzhen) Innovation and Entrepreneurship International Competition announces Advancells as a winner in Regenerative Medicine honoring best-in-Innovation and development initiatives within Regenerative Medicine/Life sciences . The international conference of India Region was held in Bengaluru, India on 19th March, 2017, the largest gathering of life science Innovation and Entrepreneurship contestants....

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What our patient's say about us

Allen Purdy, a 58 year old gentleman had been suffering from Macular Degeneration from childhood and was legally blind for past 42 years. He decided to take stem cell therapy with Advancells. He was administered Bone Marrow + Adipose Tissue Stem Cells via intravitreal injection, and retrobulbar injection. The results were outstanding as documented under through emails of his ophthalmologist in USA as we as the families Facebook posts under...

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