Stem Cells to Treat ALS or MND
Statistical analysis on data obtained from preclinical as well as clinical studies is supporting the therapeutic use of the most potent stem cells to promote cellular regeneration through anti-inflammatory actions. With more refinement in technologies on a day to day basis, Advancells has adopted a combinational approach by providing stem cells and exosome complexes to stimulate resident stem cells, reduce inflammation, and promote immediate repairing actions against progressively dysfunctional neurons.
Stem Cells for ALS: Advancells Protocol
With years of expertise, Advancells has come up with an exclusive stem cells protocol to manage fatal, progressive degenerative diseases like Motor Neuron Disease. We have developed different types of stem cells suitable for different applications. With each dose of stem cells, we are providing exosomes. Recent scientific research has revealed that the healing power of stem cells is enhanced in a true sense with the help of exosomes. They are a group of paracrine factors secreted by mesenchymal stem cells; which act as messengers between the cells to promote faster tissue repair and healing through anti-inflammation.
At Advancells, we endeavor to improve the health and well-being of those we serve with a commitment to scientific excellence, advanced technical support, and a competent quality management system.
The procedure of MND Treatment with Stem Cell Therapy
TYPES OF MND
CAUSES OF MND
- Certain viral infections may hijack connections between brain cells and muscles causing acute flaccid paralysis; such as poliovirus.
- Long term exposure to certain chemicals and/or toxins
- Genetic predisposition
- The inflammatory response triggered due to a faulty autoimmune mechanism
- Lack of secretion of neurogenic growth factors, degeneration, aging of motor neurons
- Brain hypoxia, ischemia, stroke, unusual mental and/or physical stress, repeated head injuries
- Other triggers include certain types of cancer and environmental contaminants
“Motor Neuron Disease, a group of neurodegenerative disorders is incurable with conventional medicine; but certainly manageable with the help of regenerative medicine.”
Certain rehabilitative approaches are suggested along with stem cells to stimulate muscle power, reduce disease progression and help patients perform their day-to-day tasks independently for a prolonged period.
Research has emphasized that adult stem cell therapy is absolutely safe form of treatment; although a lot of clinical development and refinement are on the way. The outcome obtained from clinical studies is remarkably positive and motivating. With rigorous data analysis, we propose a reversal and multimodal treatment showing clinical improvements in ALS through stem cell therapy.
With the help of our comprehensive environment and advanced technologies, we believe in building trust and transparency with our patients. So far, we have provided stem cell therapy for ALS/MND to a number of patients and their clinical improvements have been amazing. Check out some of our patient testimonials:
Mr. Sudheendra Hola, 34 Years Old, MND Patient Story
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Fida Mohammad ALS Patients Story
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Mr. Rehman, 60 years old, ALS
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