Stem cell transplant offers a natural alternative to surgery and medications and a renewed hope for a better quality of life for Regenocyte patients. Led by Cardiologist Dr. Zannos Grekos and his international medical team, stem cell transplant has been successful in treating high-risk, life-threatening heart, lung, neurological and vascular disease.
Stem cell transplant research is being conducted to treat heart disease, such as cardiomyopathy, pulmonary disease like COPD, neurological disease such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimers, spinal cord injuries and other high risk, life-threatening conditions. Until now, many conditions not treatable with traditional medicine or, could only be treated through surgery or drugs, are now being successfully treated through stem cell transplant. Visit the stem cell transplant patient experiences and see how their lives have already begun to change.
Stem cell transplant has helped others and can help you.
Through the Regenocyte process of stem cell transplant, adult stem cells, taken directly from the patient, have been successful in treating cystic fibrosis, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and numerous other medical conditions. Patients that once had limited options are now finding viable solutions through adult stem cell transplant with Regenocyte.
Stem cell transplant research has been documented to effectively treat many inoperable and last stage diseases. Stem cell transplant is used by many respected and qualified physicians around the world as an alternative treatment for more invasive procedures such as pacemakers and even organ transplant.
Stem cell transplant is not complicated or dangerous. A board certified cardiologist takes a blood or bone marrow sample from the patient and transported to a laboratory where clinicians begin to grow additional adult stem cells from the patient's blood. The next phase of the human stem cell transplant procedure involves re-introducing the cells back into the area of the patient being treated. While adult stem cell transplant is not available in the US, it is being done successfully internationally. –Stem cell transplant
For more information visit The Alliance for the Advancement of Stem Cell Therapy and Research