Seeking to create the better world to live in, STC is reaching for young centenarian and the average lifespan of 120 years.
Founded in 1989, STC established Stem Cell Research Center, Genome Research Center, Drug Development Research Center, Life Science Research Center, Agricultural Biology Research Center, and also established CGMP factory for cosmetics and, most notably, the Stem Cell Hospital for the first time in the world. Not only that, but we have formed a collaborative relationship with the global MSO for treating incurable disease, and surgical operations such as anti-aging solutions and cosmetic surgery so as to improve the quality of life.
STC leads and guides the health of the mankind and the science culture to the right direction through relentless research and development activities in the field of biological science. In this regard, STC aims to make a leap towards one of the world's 10 major biotechnology companies.
Adult Stem Cell Treatment
Adult stem cells are able to differentiate into every tissue and organ of human body including cartilage cells, bone cells, muscle cells, nerve cells, endothelial cells, and immune cells. Recovering the damaged cells leads to treatment of damaged human tissues or organs.
Medical Treatment with Adult Stem Cells
97.7 B&H Hospital has performed thousands of stem cell treatments for the purpose of plastic surgery, anti-aging, and treating incurable diseases. Notably, the umbilical cord blood stem cell (UCBSC) is highly pluripotent without immune rejection, and can be used for patients who cannot receive the autologous stem cell treatments.
List of Curable Diseases
The rate of engraftment in the transplantation of stem cells mixed with adipose tissue is 50% higher than the fat graft.
Tissue/Organ Regeneration research with stem cells and scaffolds
97.7 B&H Hospital Stem Cell Center performs tissue/organ regeneration research with stem cells. Notably, our research of stem cell culture in scaffolds can be applied to the regeneration of tissue/organ from simple tissue such as cartilage, bones, and skin to complex organs including heart, liver, and lung.
Why Health Tourism in South Korea?
Home of the first cloned dog, South Korea is on the cutting edge of technological advances in medicine and health care. Excellent and skilled physicians, state-of-the-art technology and some of the most advanced healthcare facilities in the world continue to draw medical travelers to South Korea for medical treatments and procedures. South Korea is the leading healthcare country in all of Asia and provides world-class medical and health care in non-profit organizations and facilities that place patient care above profit. Government agencies accredit all facilities and hospitals, ensuring quality of care throughout the country.