Prof. Zavos speaks about the creation of the first "Stem Cell" baby . This is a remarkable achievement for his team and soon this technology will be offered to many couples where the males are suffering from azoospermia, globally.
At the Stem Cells Thera Clinic, we help your body restore itself by harnessing your own healing potential with a variety of techniques to combat areas of disease, injury, inflammation or even aging. This process involves a variety of techniques including a minimally invasive procedure conducted at one of our clinics.
Our clinic is committed to bringing proven stem cell treatment options to the general public, all around the world. We are located very strategically in an elite location in Kentucky USA and we implement an aggressive strategic developmental program which is associated with the international medical tourism organisations. " We help your body restore itself "
Stem cells are the body's raw materials — cells (embryonic origin) from which all other cells with specialized functions are derived from. Under the right conditions in the body or a laboratory, stem cells divide to form more cells called daughter cells.
These "daughter" cells either become new stem cells (self-renewal) or become specialized cells (via differentiation) with a more specific function, such as blood cells, brain cells, heart muscle or bone or other. No other cell in the body has the natural ability to generate new cell types. Meanwhile, in today's medical therapeutics we use this special quality of the stem cells to treat a number of diseases.
In the majority of treatments that are marketed as ‘stem cell treatments’ we use autologous cellular therapies: stem cells are taken from the patient’s own body and re-injected into the patient’s own body to promote regeneration. These modalities hold great promise to the future administration of many medical procedures for treating diseases.
Can Repair and Rejuvenate the Heart
About 7 million people around the world have a heart attack each year and heart diseases are the most common cause of death in Europe. A serious heart attack leaves behind damage that the body can never fully repair. Why can’t the human heart heal itself, whilst some other parts of the body like the skin or blood are constantly renewed and repaired? Research indicates that stem cells give us new hope and ways to mend broken hearts. Very exciting!
Reduced Risk of Transplantation
There has been ample of preclinical and animal studies showing efficacy and safety of using various cells, such as stem cells or T regulatory cells, after transplantation for tissue repair, immunosuppression or tolerance induction. However, there has been a significant progress recently using cell therapy in solid organ transplantation in small clinical trials. Recent results have been promising and using cell therapy in solid organ transplantation seems feasible and safe. However, there is more work to be done in this area.
Stem cells may play a major role in cancer
Stem cell transplants can help in some cases with cancer patients suffering from specific types of cancers. In cases with multiple myeloma and some types of leukemia, the stem cell transplant may work against cancer directly because of an effect called graft-versus-tumor that can occur after allogeneic transplants. Stem cell transplants are beginning to further offer positive results for other types of cancer which are being studied in clinical trials, and which research studies involve people. The total prognosis seems very positive and quite promising.
Treat Diseases and Conditions of the Blood and Immune System
The most well-established and widely used stem cell treatment is the transplantation of blood stem cells to treat diseases and conditions of the blood and immune system, or to restore the blood system after treatments for specific cancers. The US National Marrow Donor Program has a full list of diseases treatable by blood stem cell transplant. More than 26,000 patients are treated with blood stem cells in Europe each year.
Stem cells can be coaxed into becoming any number of different type of cell by giving them the right signals at the right time. Their potential for use in regenerative medicine is vast, spanning therapies to treat genetic diseases such as sickle cell anemia, to potentially generating entire organs in the lab.
Prof. Zavos, USA
"Stem cells are powerful cells that offer tremendous promise for new treatments of an array of deadly and debilitating diseases afflicting mankind"
Dr. Osorio, Mexico
"Stem cells hold great promise for many neurodegenerative disorders such as Huntington's disease, ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), traumatic brain injury"
Dr. Menyawi, Egypt
"One of the greatest discoveries in Medicine today is the potential to use stem cells to alleviate the severe pain that diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer inflict every day"
Dr. Chana, UK
"Stem cells have recently come to the forefront of biomedical research and routine application based on their enormous therapeutic potential for treating and even curing many diseases"