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Alzheimers Disease Stem Cell Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy questions about Ukraine

EmCell uses 5–8 weeks old fetal stem cells harvested from legally aborted embryos.The Stem Cells are subjected to multiple safety testing. These cells preserve their pluripotent properties (ability to differentiate into cells of different germ layers: mesenchymal, ecto- and endodermal) and are the most effective in treating different diseases...

In adult tissues, stem cells are present during lifetime. They restore tissues and create new specialized cells to substitute for those dead due to apoptosis (natural death of cells). For instance, stomach lining cells live only 5 days, while erythrocytes traveling in the vessels all over the body and making more than 2,000 km during lifetime live ...

Stem Cell Therapy is an outpatient treatment taking 3–5 hours a day. During the treatment, the attendant may stay in the hospital room together with the patient, especially when the patient needs assistance. Only patients in very advanced condition are left in the clinic for observation in pre- and post-transplantation period. Here are sev...

1. Fetal stem cells (FSC) have the highest proliferative potential (ability to multiply). 2. Administration of these cells helps to avoid histocompatibility problems. HLA expression is either absent or minimal. Besides, immunological tolerance, total or selective, develops upon administration of these cells, thus immunosuppression is unnecessary a...

FSC are administered via drip-feed IV, in any body cavity, or subcutaneously, most often in the frontal abdomen. This treatment is non-surgical and well tolerated by the patients. This answer was provided by EmCell Clinic   ...

Average duration of FSC treatment course varies from 2 to 5 days and depends on the diagnosis, history of illness, complications or concomitant diseases. In order to inform the patient about the time needed for treatment, we require basic medical data. This answer was provided by EmCell Clinic ...

Teratomas can be caused only by early embryonic stem cells (in vitro) (1–2 weeks old). These cells are not yet “educated,” they do not have clear differentiation and morphogenesis program and are capable of uncontrolled growth. We use 5–8 weeks old cells that are differentiated, “educated” in germ layers, no long...

Age (gestation). Fetal stem cells are harvested from germ layers of internal organs of 5–8 weeks old (embryonic period) embryonic cadavers and placed in the containers where multiplication is impossible. In vitro cells are harvested from 5–8 days old (early embryonic period) IVF embryo blastocyst and placed into laboratory glass fo...

1. Proliferative potential of cord blood cells is lower than that of fetal stem cells. 2. Cord blood cells are polypotent, not pluripotent. 3. Cord blood stem cells express histocompatibility antigens, therefore in order to ensure their engraftment in the recipient’s body, immunosuppression is needed. This answer was provided by EmCell C...

Stem cell is a science of the method used for treatment of the diseases and conditions resulting in cell count reduction, therefore this method is indicated for a large number of diseases characterized by cell and tissue damage, dystrophy, hypo- and atrophy. 16 years of research and clinical practice showed efficacy of fetal stem cells in treatm...

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