Adult Stem Cells
Adult stem cell transplantation treatment is now available through WorldMed Assist. We offer high quality treatment packages that are tailored to your individual medical needs, at a fraction of the cost of other routes. Adult stem cell therapy is unique in that it allows damaged or diseased tissues to regenerate and re-grow, in effect assist the body’s ability to naturally heal itself. At WorldMed Assist, we partner with only top-ranked doctors and medical facilities, whose treatment is based on the most advanced stem cell research.
Treatments involving adult stem cell transplants are different from those involving embryonic stem cells. Due to ethical and religious concerns, WorldMed Assist does not utilize stem cell treatment that involves the use of embryonic stem cells or embryonic stemcell research. We also offer initial consultations at no cost, to determine your options regarding adult stem cell treatment. You may use our online intake form to contact our professionally trained staff.
What are Adult Stem Cells?
Adult stem cells are a fascinating type of human cells that can be used in a variety of stem cell treatments. They are characterized by two very important features:
- Ability to Self-Regenerate: Adult stem cells are capable of self-renewal, which means that they can go through multiple instances of cell division while maintaining and undifferentiated state
- “Multipotency”: This refers to the ability to generate many different types of cell types, which can then be transferred to various sites and systems in the human body
Thus, adult stem cells are important because of their ability to regrow tissue, as well as their ability to adapt to the local site of treatment. This, combined with the fact that adult stem cells can be drawn from the patient’s own body (usually their bone marrow), leads to less instances of treatment rejection.
What types of Treatments can Adult Stem Cells be Used For?
Adult stem cells have been used for the successful treatment of various diseases, disorders, and medical conditions, including:
- Bone and blood cancers requiring the use of bone marrow transplants
- Spinal cord injuries,
- Peripheral vascular diseases
- Liver cirrhosis
- Many other types of diseases, many of them subject to ongoing stemcell research
Where are Adult Stem Cells drawn from?
Adult stem cells are so named because they are derived from adult tissues, rather than the controversial practice of drawing stem cells from embryos. The most common source of adult stem cells are bone marrow stem cells, which are typically used for success in various types of cancer treatments.
Adult stem cells can also be derived from other sources; other types of stem cells beside bone marrow (or hematopoietic stem cells) include: intestinal, msenchymal, endothelial, testicular, neural and neural crest, and olfactory adult stem cells.
Adult Stem Cell Transplants and WorldMed Assist
WorldMed assist provides no cost consultations to help you determine whether adult stem cell transplantation is available for you as an option. Our staff is highly qualified and medically trained to guide you from start to finish, ensuring that you receive the utmost care and attention throughout the process.
Additional Information regarding Stem Cell Therapy
You can ontact WorldMed Assist for additional basic information on current stem cell transplant procedures, success of treatments, and stem cell research. WorldMed Assist also provides you with information on the recent advances in the area of bone marrow stem cell therapy, treatment for diabetes, cancer therapy, and the various types of stem cells.
Current expansion of stem cell research and development has provided means for quality coverage in such countries as China, Mexico, Panama, in addition to the U.S. Simply fill out our online information form to get started on your free, no-cost consultation for stem cell treatment. Our medically trained staff will assist you with personal attention throughout your treatment.
We also provide information on Stem Cell Therapy costs:
Cost of Stem Cell Therapy