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Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which a person has a high blood sugar (glucose) level, either because the body doesn't produce enough insulin, or because body cells don't properly respond to the insulin that is produced. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas which enables body cells to absorb glucose, to turn it into energy. If the body cells do not absorb the glucose, the glucose accumulates in the blood (hyperglycemia), leading to the vascular, nerve, and other complications.
All forms of diabetes have been treatable since insulin became medically available in 1921, and type 2 diabetes can be controlled with tablets, but it is a chronic condition that usually cannot be cured. Management concentrates on keeping blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible without presenting undue patient danger. This can usually be with close dietary management, exercise, and use of appropriate medications (insulin only in the case of type 1 diabetes mellitus. Oral medications may be used in the case of type 2 diabetes, as well as insulin). Diabetes without proper treatments can cause many serious long-term complications including cardiovascular disease, chronic renal failure, retinal damage.
The cost of diabetes mellitus stem cell treatment starts at $7,200 onwards.
Not included: Medical treatments not mentioned above, Xrays, MRI's, other laboratories, Travel expenses, airfare, meals, personal expenses.
ADD-ON: Stem cell expansion (culture and cryopreservation) - $2,650
Add this optional process to your initial stem cell treatment and use them in future treatments. Besides reducing your physical recovery time and discomfort (avoiding future stem cell aspirations); it reduces your future expenses by lowering your cost for future treatments and by lowering your travel expenses shortening your travel time.
The goal of the protocol is to get the glucose levels under control, with this effect the ongoing destruction of tissue on organs and vessels is eliminated preventing future damage. Stem cells will travel all over the body engrafting on damaged tissue improving organ function. Patients have reported more energy (Chronic fatigue tends to diminish), a decrease on glucose levels and better eyesight among others, only a few stopped using insulin. After protocol and keeping good habits patient will prevent future damage and complications related to complications of cardiovascular disease, chronic renal failure and retinal damage among others.
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For more information about ProgenCell's Live Cell Therapy for Diabetes Mellitus, do not hesitate to contact us!