What kind of Stem Cells do you provide?
We provide the most potent Stem Cells available – Embryonic and Autologous Stem Cells. We do not provide the far less effective adult Stem Cells or Umbilical Stem Cells.
Is it ethical to use Embryonic Stem Cells for therapy?
Embryonic Stem Cells are derived from a blastocyst which is the stage of an embryo 5 days after fusion of an egg and a spermatozoa.
A decade ago, in order to produce such a blastocyst and derive Embryonic Stem Cells from it, our scientists needed to retrieve eggs from a woman and collect sperm from a male and then fertilize the egg in a petri dish. Nowadays, it is no longer necessary to retrieve eggs or sperm to produce a blastocyst. Our scientists are able to produce an egg from a skin cell. They are also able to fuse such an egg with a fibroblast (skin cell) to produce an embryo.
In other words, our Embryonic Stem Cells are produced by transforming skin cells into Embryonic Stem Cells following several advanced scientific steps. The blastocyst produced in the process of this transformation is a transient stage where the skin cell is fully returned to its original embryonic stage. No life is being produced or destroyed. There is only a transformation of old living cells into young and more effective ones.
How do your Stem Cells differ from those offered by other providers?
We are the only company in the world offering Embryonic Stem Cells and Autologous Embryonic Stem Cells. Embryonic Stem Cells are up to 6x more potent in their ability to help the human body heal itself than that of adult Stem Cells or Umbilical Stem Cells. While Autologous Embryonic Stem Cells are up to 10x more potent.
How does do you ensure the quality of the Stem Cells?
Our Stem Cells are always delivered fresh from the laboratory culture.
We never provide frozen Stem Cells as it would reduce the efficacy and number of Stem Cells available for use by your body after injection. We ensure that Stem Cells are counted prior to injection, without any additional freezing. This ensures that patients always receive a minimum of 5 million Stem Cells per injection.
Some clinics or doctors purchase Stem Cells in a frozen state, and simply ‘defrost’ them prior to injection, so even if there were 5 million Stem Cells prior to freezing, by the time they reach your body, you are receiving less Stem Cells than you were told, or possibly none at all! Regardless of who you choose for your Stem Cells therapy, make sure that the Stem Cells count is done in the last stage – prior to injection and without additional freezing.
Are there side effects and what are the risks, if any?
To date, Stem Cell therapy has produced no negative side effects; nor are there any medically or scientifically anticipated risks outside that of a routine outpatient injection.
How long does the procedure take?
If you are given a simple intravenous injection, the duration of the actual procedure will not usually exceed 2 hours.
If the injection is done in another part of your body and requires anesthesia, it may take several hours and could include an overnight recovery within the treatment facility.
I read that Embryonic Stem Cells can cause cancer. Is it true?
There is no scientific evidence that Embryonic Stem Cells may cause cancer. In fact, Embryonic Stem Cells are the only Stem Cells that have been scientifically proven to produce anti-tumor proteins that can shrink and even kill tumors. Others, including Umbilical Stem Cells and Adult Stem Cells, do not have this anti-cancer affect. In 5 years of practice, we have never seen such a problem after Embryonic Stem Cells treatment, on the contrary, we have seen tumors shrink and disappear.
I would like to receive Stem Cells Therapy. What’s the next step?
Just use the ‘contact us form’
Tell us what you hope to achieve with Stem Cells therapy and we will then send you over the forms to complete.
We’ll then answer your questions and our doctor will assess what is needed and we will advise how we proceed from there.