Stem Cell Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s Disease named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, who first discovered it; is a complex neurological disorder with a series of biological and pathological characteristics. The neuropathological criteria for the effective diagnosis are through detection of protein bodies, known as Tau flakes; responsible for disrupting communication between the memory neurons. The indication is incurable with the conventional treatment modalities, but the systemic introduction of stem cells and exosomes together can bring beneficial symptomatic changes through fighting inflammation, reducing the deposition of protein flakes, and promoting neuroprotection.
Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s: Advancells Protocol
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative condition, characterized by the degeneration or functional damage of cognitive neurons, due to chronic pathophysiological insult. Earlier it was believed that the condition occurs only due to the deposition of unknown protein flakes, halting signal transduction pathways of cognitive neurons, resulting in their degeneration/damage due to loss of signal. However, with recent understanding of underlying pathophysiology and a more in-depth analysis of cellular communication have challenged the unidirectional approach to limited pathophysiological trends leading to Alzheimer’s disease.
While studies have indicated how mesenchymal stem cells and their cell-free derivatives, exosomes can control and regulate several pathways in time, space, and neuronal activity-dependent manner. With the approach, Advancells is also confirming the responsiveness of stem cells along with exosomes to a wide range of neuropathological processes, including degeneration via oxidative stress, neuroinflammation, aggregation of tau proteins, etc.
Procedure of Treatment of Alzheimer through Stem Cells 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.
The field of stem cell therapy has witnessed improvements in neurodegenerative disorders like
Alzheimer’s, through many clinical investigations. However, it is important to note that scientists are still working on small issues to pave the way for the effective treatment of AD and accelerate the pace of development. With this ongoing advancement worldwide, we are proposing a reversal, multimodal treatment objectives for the symptomatic management of AD.
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 ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE to a number of patients and their clinical improvements have been amazing. Check out some of our patient testimonials:
Mr. Mrigen Sharma, 70 year old Alzheimer’s Patient
19th December 2018: Mr. Mrigen Sharma, 70 year old Gentleman from Assam was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2014. What started with forgetting simple tasks such as where the keys are kept …
Josephine Stramiello, Age 82, Alzheimer’s
Year of birth: 1954, Marital status: Married, Disease treated: Alzheimer’s/Dementia Diagnosis, I was working as a teacher for more than…
Mr. Jagtej Singh, Age 70, Alzheimer / Dementia
23rd February 2018: “I am thankful to you, at least you guys are trying to put an end to this disease,” said Mr Jagtej Singh, a vibrant young professional, who experienced the harsh…
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