Stem Cell Therapy For Multiple Sclerosis
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Multiple sclerosis can be an extremely debilitating disease that ultimately can be fatal in some patients and reduces life expectancy and quality overall substantially. The disease is generally referred to as an immune-mediated process, in which an abnormal response of the body’s immune system is directed against the central nervous system, which accounts for the brain, spinal cord & optic nerves.
Currently, there are no specific treatments for Multiple Sclerosis, however, at Advancells, we are harnessing the power of body’s own very primitive cells – The stem cells, to regulate and guide your immune system to distinguish self-tissue from non-self-tissue and thereby reducing the autodestruction of the myelin sheath. These stem cells can also help in regenerating lost neurons, and smoothened the signalling process.
Stem Cells Therapy: Advancells Protocol
Advancells is excited by the prodigious prospects of stem cells in treating various diseases, hence we are constantly updating our knowledge and technology to suit unique specifications of each patient. Our principle objective has always been a cessation of disease progression and easing the quality of life to a considerable extent. We are always pledged to deliver safe treatment pattern, by offering “Autologous stem cells from your own Bone Marrow/Adipose Tissue“. Since one’s own cells are used, the technique is very safe with no side effects, is non-invasive and very effective.
The entire medical procedure at Advancells consists of 4 steps:
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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment with Stem Cells from your own Bone Marrow/Adipose Tissue
Though the exact cause for Multiple Sclerosis is still unknown, researchers are focusing on the disorders of the immune system and genetics for the explanation. With recent developments in stem cell therapies, the overall quality of life can be improved to a large extent. At Advancells, we offer a regenerative therapy which is completely autologous transplantation of stem cells isolated from your Bone Marrow and Adipose Tissue. The information guide covers every aspect of the disease that one should be aware of regarding therapies for Multiple Sclerosis using stem cells.
Download the information pack today to understand in depth everything you need to know about Multiple Sclerosis and the Advancells Stem Cell Protocol.
Recent Multiple Sclerosis Patient Case Stories
Patients from across the world have approached Advancells for stem cells based regenerative therapies. By providing quality regenerative therapies for our patients, we are glad we have been able to improve the quality of life for more than 8000 patients.
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"Advancells is a strong advocate of greater transparency in medical procedures in general and Stem Cells Procedures in particular. As a part of our effort of bringing transparent procedures to our clients, we provide each client a Third Party Certificate (from an internationally accredited lab) for the cell count and viability of the cells that we are able to process from the autologous cell source of the patient. To view the sample copy of the certificate "click here"
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