Stem Cell Therapy

What is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. You’ve heard about stem cells in the news, and perhaps you’ve wondered if they might help you or a loved one with a serious disease. You may wonder what stem cells are, how they’re being used to treat disease and injury, and why they’re the subject of such vigorous debate.
Below you will find some answers to frequently asked questions about stem cells. Learn about the various types of stem cells, their current and potential applications, ethical concerns, and the current state of research and practice.
The future of regenerative medicine is pluripotent stem cell therapy. A pluripotent stem cell has the ability to divide and differentiate into any of the human body’s 220+ cell types. Stem cell therapy allows the body to begin mending itself within 30 minutes after being administered and can continue to heal for up to 10 days afterwards. When stem cells enter the body through the bloodstream, they target areas of inflammation and begin the healing process. The body is gradually restored back to Homeostasis over time and through a series of treatments.

 

Pluripotent stem cells have been proven to be 6-10 times more accurate than the standard adult, mesenchymal, autologous, and/or umbilical cord stem cell treatments given by other stem cell therapy providers. The reason for this is due to the structure of the Stem Cells, specifically the type and volume of Cells that we can offer per procedure to our patients, as well as the fact that all of our Stem Cells are newly created and never frozen. We provide a minimum of 20 million pluripotent stem cells to our patients in a single session, resulting in improved healing, rehabilitation, and general health.

Transform your health

The Pure Medical Program gives you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to invest in your health as you become older, allowing you to maximise your cognition, vitality, and quality of life.
We’ve developed a cutting-edge approach that combines Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), Cryo, Far Infrared Sauna Therapy, Photobiomodulation Therapy, Blood Ozone Therapy, Compression Therapy, and Physio+ Therapy which are customised cognitive and physical training regimens, along with dietary coaching.
The ageing process has varied effects on every one of us. This is why our diverse healthcare team employs in-depth exams and analytics to build a strategy that is completely tailored to you.
As a consequence, you’ll receive a thorough treatment that will help you improve your cognitive and physical performance while also making you feel your best, regardless of your age.

Why have Stem Cell Therapy at Pure Medical?

Pure Medical offers world-class pluripotent stem cell therapies. We are passionately committed as a Stem Cell Institute and Clinic to maintaining an ethical, professional, and caring attitude toward our patients and each other. Pluripotent Stem Cells have been demonstrated to be 6-10 times more successful than standard adult, autologous, and/or umbilical cord treatments available from other therapy providers. The reason for this is due to the structure of stem cells, namely the type and volume of cells we can offer per therapy to our patients, as well as the fact that all of our stem cells are freshly produced and never frozen.
We provide a minimum of 20 million pluripotent stem cells to our patients in a single session, resulting in improved healing, faster recovery, and overall improvement of the patient’s condition.

How Does Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy Work?

Pluripotent stem cells are master cells. They’re able to make cells from all three basic body layers, so they can potentially produce any cell or tissue the body needs to repair itself. This “master” property is called pluripotency. Like all stem cells, pluripotent stem cells are also able to self-renew, meaning they can perpetually create more copies of themselves.

 

Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy consists of stem cells that have the ability to self-renew, literally dividing and developing into the 3 Primary Germ Cell Layers of the early embryo and thus transforming into all 220 cell types found in the adult body. This effectively means that Pluripotent Stem Cells offer unprecedented opportunities for Cell Therapy against intractable diseases and injuries.

What conditions does Pluripotent Stem Cell therapy treat?

Pluripotent Stem Cells can help with a variety of medical issues, including:

What to expect when having Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy?

Before having Stem Cell Therapy at Pure Medical you will be seen by one of our doctors, they will check to see if you’re healthy enough to receive therapy and advice you about the best way to prepare for your treatment.

 

Stem Cells therapy is administered by means of an intravenous drip by putting a cannula into a vein in your arm. You will then be attached to the Drip for around 40 minutes while the Pluripotent Stem Cells enter your bloodstream.

 

How many treatments will be required?
That is dependent on you, your body and the disease or condition that you are being treated, Because each person’s condition is unique, so is their treatment plan.

 

If you are sick or have the following symptoms, your treatment session may be postponed.
-Severe cold or flu
-Chest infection
-Runny nose
-Sickness (nausea).

What are the possible
side effects of Stem Cell Therapy?

When administered in a regulated medical setting, stem cell therapy is both safe and painless.
To date, stem cell therapy has produced no negative side effects; nor are there any medically or scientifically anticipated risks outside that of a routine outpatient injection.

Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Stem Cell scientific case studies. Additional symptom-specific case studies can be found on individual diseases, disorders and condition pages.
Gele Liu, Brian T. David, Matthew Trawczynski, Richard G. Fessler
November 2019 PMID: 31760627

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Riham Mohamed Aly
15 May 2020 PMID: 32695801

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Miriam Reisman, Katherine T. Adams
December 2014 PMID: 25516694

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Wojciech Zakrzewski, Maciej Dobrzyński, Maria Szymonowicz & Zbigniew Rybak
 26 February 2019 Article number: 68 (2019)

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Julia Deinsberger, David Reisinger & Benedikt Weber
 11 September 2020 Article number: 15 (2020)

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ALS
Ki-Wook Oh, Chanil Moon, Hyun Young Kim,a Sung-il Oh, Jinseok Park, Jun Ho Lee, In Young Chang, Kyung Suk Kim, Seung Hyun Kim
May 2015 PMID: 25934946

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ALS
Agnese Gugliandolo, Placido Bramanti, Emanuela Mazzon
March 2019 PMID: 30956667

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ALS
Hui Sun, Karelle Bénardais, Nancy Stanslowsky, Nadine Thau-Habermann, Niko Hensel, DongYa Huang, Peter Claus, Reinhard Dengler, Martin Stangel, Susanne Petri
September 2013 PMID: 24069165

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ALS
James D. Berry, Merit E. Cudkowicz, Anthony J. Windebank, Nathan P. Staff, Margaret Owegi, Katherine Nicholson, Diane McKenna-Yasek, Yossef S. Levy, Natalie Abramov, Haggai Kaspi, Munish Mehra, Revital Aricha, Yael Gothelf, Robert H. Brown,
December 2019 PMID: 31740545

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ALS
Serhiy Forostyak, Eva Sykova
October 2017 PMID: 29114200

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ALS
Xing-Liang Fan, Yuelin Zhang, Xin Li, Qing-Ling Fu
January 2020 PMID: 31965214

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ALS
Nathan P. Staff, David T. Jones, and Wolfgang Singer
May 2020 PMID: 31054608

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ANTI-AGEING
Oren Levy, Rui Kuai, Erika M. J. Siren, Deepak Bhere, Yuka Milton, Nabeel Nissar, Michael De Biasio, Martina Heinelt, Brock Reeve, Reza Abdi, Meshael Alturki, Mohanad Fallatah, Abdulaziz Almalik, Ali H. Alhasan, Khalid Shah, Jeffrey M. Karp
July 2020 PMID: 32832666

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ANTI-AGEING
Wei Jiang, Jianyong Xu
January 2020 PMID: 31730279

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Xin-Yu Liu, Lin-Po Yang, and Lan Zhao
August 2020 PMID: 32952859

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Ming Li, Kequan Guo, and Susumu Ikehara
October 2014 PMID: 25342318

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Sung S. Choi, Sang-Rae Lee, Seung U. Kim, and Hong J. Lee
March 2014 PMID: 24737939

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Masoume Alipour, Seyed Massood Nabavi, Leila Arab, Massoud Vosough, Hossein Pakdaman, Ehsan Ehsani, Koorosh Shahpasand
December 2018 PMID: 30565076

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Wang, Sheng-Mina; Lee, Chang-Ukb; Lim, Hyun Kooka
March 2019  Current Opinion in Psychiatry: March 2019 – Volume 32 – Issue 2 – p 105-116

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Lu Zhang, Zhi-fang Dong, Jie-yuan Zhang
April 2020 Life Sciences Volume 246: 117405

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Fernanda Majolo, Daniel Rodrigo Marinowic, Denise Cantarelli Machado, Jaderson Costa Da Costa
February 2019 PMID: 30728025

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Ankit Tandon, Sangh Jyoti Singh, and Rajnish Kumar Chaturvedi
July 2018 PMID: 30112360

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Alzheimer’s Disease
Farzane Sivandzade, Luca Cucullo
January 2021 IJMS: 22042153

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Yun-Tian Chen, Kang Miao, Linfu Zhou, and Wei-Ning Xiong
June 2021 PMID: 34250959

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Srikanth Karnati, Michael Seimetz, Florian Kleefeldt, Avinash Sonawane, Thati Madhusudhan, Akash Bachhuka, Djuro Kosanovic, Norbert Weissmann, Karsten Krüger, and Süleyman Ergün
April 2021 PMID: 33912600

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Kalpaj R. Parekh, Janna Nawroth, Albert Pai, Shana M. Busch, Christiana N. Senger, and Amy L. Ryan
October 2020 PMID: 32783658

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Nurdan Kokturk, Fatma Yıldırım, Pınar Yıldız Gülhan, and Yeon Mok Oh
August 2018 PMID: 30245915

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Zhongwei Sun, Feng Li, Xin Zhou, Kian Fan Chung, Wen Wang, and Jialun Wang
February 2018 PMID: 29607186

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Hesham Basma, Yoko Gunji, Shunichiro Iwasawa, Amy Nelson, Maha Farid, Jun Ikari, Xiangde Liu, Xingqi Wang, Joel Michalski, Lynette Smith, Javeed Iqbal, Radwa El Behery, William West, Sowmya Yelamanchili, Deborah Rennard, Olaf Holz, Kai-Christian Mueller, Helgo Magnussen, Klaus Rabe, Peter J Castaldi, and Stephen I. Rennard
January 2014 PMID: 24487392

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Covid-19
Hamdan Hamdan, Shahrukh K. Hashmi, Hillard Lazarus, Robert Peter Gale, Wenchun Qu, and Riad El Fakih
March 2021 PMID: 32854985

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Covid-19
Nima Najafi-Ghalehlou, Mehryar Habibi Roudkenar, Habib Zayeni Langerodi, and Amaneh Mohammadi Roushandeh
March 2021 PMID: 33776206

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Covid-19
Duygu Koyuncu Irmak, Hakan Darıcı, and Erdal Karaöz
October 2020 PMID: 33014531

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Covid-19
Hong-Long Ji, Cong Liu, and Run-Zhen Zhao
June 2020 PMID: 32742564

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Covid-19
Christopher J. Rogers, Robert J. Harman, Bruce A. Bunnell, Martin A. Schreiber, Charlie Xiang, Fu-Sheng Wang, Antonio F. Santidrian, and Boris R. Minev
May 2020 PMID: 32423449

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Crohn’s Disease
Alexander Markov, Lakshmi Thangavelu, Surendar Aravindhan, Angelina Olegovna Zekiy, Mostafa Jarahian, Max Stanley Chartrand, Yashwant Pathak, Faroogh Marofi, Somayeh Shamlou, and Ali Hassanzadeh
March 2021 PMID: 33736695

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Crohn’s Disease
Yantian Cao, Qi Su, Bangjie Zhang, Fangfang Shen & Shaoshan Li
January 2021 Stem Cell Research & Therapy Volume 12, Article number: 32 (2021)

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Crohn’s Disease
Jian Zhang, Samei Lv, Xiaojing Liu, Bin Song, and Liping Shi
January 2018 PMID: 28873511

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Crohn’s Disease
Rachele Ciccocioppo,corresponding author Giuseppina C. Cangemi, Peter Kruzliak,corresponding author Alessandra Gallia, Elena Betti, Carla Badulli, Miryam Martinetti, Marila Cervio, Alessandro Pecci, Valeria Bozzi, Paolo Dionigi, Livia Visai, Antonella Gurrado, Costanza Alvisi, Cristina Picone, Manuela Monti, Maria E. Bernardo, Paolo Gobbi, and Gino R. Corazza
July 2015 PMID: 26206376

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Diabetes
Felipe Arroyave, Diana Montaño, and Fernando Lizcano
November 2020 PMID: 33217903

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Diabetes
L.Vija, D.Farge, J.-F.Gautier, P.Vexiau, C.Dumitrache, A.Bourgarit, F.Verrecchia, J.Larghero
April 2019 Diabetes & Metabolism Volume 35, Issue 2, April 2009, Pages 85-93

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Diabetes
Fakher Rahim, Babak Arjmand, Kiarash Shirbandi, Moloud Payab, and Bagher Larijani
November 2018 PMID: 30596080

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Diabetes
Reza Abdi, Paolo Fiorina, Chaker N. Adra, Mark Atkinson, and Mohamed H. Sayegh
July 2008 PMID: 18586907

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Heart Failure
Haissam Abou-Saleh, Fouad A. Zouein, Ahmed El-Yazbi, Despina Sanoudou, Christophe Raynaud, Christopher Rao, Gianfranco Pintus, Hassan Dehaini, and Ali H. Eid
July 2018 PMID: 30053890

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Heart Failure
Kiran Musunuru, Farah Sheikh, Rajat M. Gupta, Steven R. Houser, Kevin O. Maher, David J. Milan, Andre Terzic, and Joseph C. Wu
January 2018 PMID: 29874173

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Heart Failure
Ian A. White, Cristina Sanina, Wayne Balkan, and Joshua M. Hare
December 2017 PMID: 27236666

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Heart Failure
Samuel Golpanian, Ariel Wolf, Konstantinos E. Hatzistergos, and Joshua M. Hare
July 2016 PMID: 27335447

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Heart Failure
Henry C. Quevedo, Konstantinos E. Hatzistergos, Behzad N. Oskouei, Gary S. Feigenbaum, Jose E. Rodriguez, David Valdes, Pradip M. Pattany, Juan P. Zambrano, Qinghua Hu, Ian McNiece, Alan W. Heldman, and Joshua M. Hare
August 2009 PMID: 19666564

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Kidney Disease
Patrícia de Carvalho Ribeiro, Lucas Felipe Oliveira, Mario Abbud Filho, and Heloisa Cristina Caldas
August 2020 PMID: 32831854

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Kidney Disease
Dongwei Liu, Fei Cheng, Shaokang Pan, and Zhangsuo Liu
June 2020 PMID: 32586408

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Kidney Disease
Binbin Pan, and Guoping Fan
April 2020 PMID: 32281411

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Kidney Disease
Federica Collino, Jarlene A. Lopes, Marta Tapparo, Giovane G. Tortelote, Taís H. Kasai-Brunswick, Gustavo M.C. Lopes, Douglas B. Almeida, Renata Skovronova, Camila H. C. Wendt, Kildare R. de Miranda, Benedetta Bussolati, Adalberto Vieyra, and Rafael Soares Lindoso
February 2020 PMID: 32079274

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Kidney Disease
Susumu Tajiri, Shuichiro Yamanaka, Toshinari Fujimoto, Kei Matsumoto, Atsuhiro Taguchi, Ryuichi Nishinakamura, Hirotaka James Okano, and Takashi Yokoo
October 2018 PMID: 30297790

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Kidney Disease
Adriana Torres Crigna, Cristina Daniele, Carolina Gamez, Sara Medina Balbuena, Diego O. Pastene, Daniela Nardozi, Cinzia Brenna, Benito Yard, Norbert Gretz, and Karen Bieback.
June 2018 PMID: 29963554

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Liver Disease
Shanshan Li, Yanzhen Bi, Zhongping Duan, Yongkai Chang, Feng Hong, and Yu Chen
May 2021 PMID: 34149992

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Liver Disease
Lei Zhang, Ke Pu, Xiaojun Liu, Sarah Da Won Bae, Romario Nguyen, Suyang Bai, Yi Li, and Liang Qiao
July 2021 PMID: 34277651

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Liver Disease
Yong-Hong Wang, Dong-Bo Wu, Bing Chen, En-Qiang Chen, and Hong Tang
August 2018 PMID: 30143052

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Liver Disease
Marc C. Hansel, Julio C. Davila, Massoud Vosough, Roberto Gramignoli, Kristen J. Skvorak, Kenneth Dorko, Fabio Marongiu, William Blake, and Stephen C. Strom
February 2016 PMID: 26828329

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Lupus
Maria Teresa De Angelis, Gianluca Santamaria, Elvira Immacolata Parrotta, Stefania Scalise, Michela Lo Conte, Sara Gasparini, Edoardo Ferlazzo, Umberto Aguglia, Clara Ciampi, Antonella Sgura, and Giovanni Cuda
November 2019 PMID: 31536674

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Lupus
Xinran Yuan, Xiaodong Qin, Dandan Wang, Zhuoya Zhang, Xiaojun Tang, Xiang Gao, Wanjun Chen, and Lingyun Sun
June 2019 PMID: 31175312

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Lupus
Patrick S. C. Leung, Zongwen Shuai, Bin Liu, Shang An Shu, and Lingyun Sun
September 2016 PMCID: PMC7123283

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Lupus
Meilyn Hew, Kevin O’Connor, Michael J. Edel, and Michaela Lucas
May 2015 PMID: 26239553

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Lyme Disease
Richard Horowitz, Phyllis R Freeman
 June 2018 PMID: 29881587

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Lyme Disease
Robert E Newman, Dana Yoo, Michelle A LeRoux, Alla Danilkovitch-Miagkova
June 2009 PMID: 19530993

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Fibromyalgia
María B Monzón-Nomdedeu, Karl J Morten, Elisa Oltra
August 2021 PMID: 34567431

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Fibromyalgia
Ahmed Abdal Dayem, Kyeongseok Kim, Soo Bin Lee, Aram Kim, and Ssang-Goo Cho
March 2020 PMID: 32178321

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Fibromyalgia
Barbara Namer, Diana Schmidt, Esther Eberhardt, Michele Maroni, Eva Dorfmeister, Inge Petter Kleggetveit, Luisa Kaluza, Jannis Meents, Aaron Gerlach, Zhixin Lin, Andreas Winterpacht, Elena Dragicevic, Zacharias Kohl, Jürgen Schüttler, Ingo Kurth, Torhild Warncke, Ellen Jorum, Beate Winner, and Angelika Lampert
November 2018 PMID: 30503201

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Multiple Sclerosis
Jayden A. Smith, Alexandra M. Nicaise, Rosana-Bristena Ionescu, Regan Hamel, Luca Peruzzotti-Jametti, and Stefano Pluchino
July 2021 PMID: 34307372

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Multiple Sclerosis
Mohammadmahdi Jafarzadeh Bejargafshe, Mohammad Hedayati, Sahar Zahabiasli, Eisa Tahmasbpour, Saeed Rahmanzadeh, and Amir Nejad-Moghaddam
December 2019 PMID: 32039266

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Multiple Sclerosis
Bilgesu Genc, Hemdem Rodi Bozan, Sermin Genc, Kursad Genc
December 2019 PMID: 30039439

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Multiple Sclerosis
M Alessandrini, O Preynat-Seauve, K De Bruin, M S Pepper
September 2019 PMID: 31662153

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Multiple Sclerosis
Neil J Scolding, Marcelo Pasquini, Stephen C Reingold, and Jeffrey A Cohen
July 2017 PMID: 29053779

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Parkinson’s Disease
Jeffrey S Schweitzer, Bin Song, Todd M Herrington, Tae-Yoon Park, Nayeon Lee, Sanghyeok Ko, Jeha Jeon, Young Cha, Kyungsang Kim, Quanzheng Li, Claire Henchcliffe, Michael Kaplitt, Carolyn Neff, Otto Rapalino, Hyemyung Seo, In-Hee Lee, Jisun Kim, Taewoo Kim, Gregory A Petsko, Jerome Ritz, Bruce M Cohen, Sek-Won Kong, Pierre Leblanc, Bob S Carter, Kwang-Soo Kim
May 2020 PMID: 32402162

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Parkinson’s Disease
Bin Song Young Cha, Sanghyeok Ko, Jeha Jeon, Nayeon Lee, Hyemyung Seo, Kyung-Joon Park, In-Hee Lee, Claudia Lopes, Melissa Feitosa, María José Luna, Jin Hyuk Jung, Jisun Kim, Dabin Hwang, Bruce M Cohen, Martin H Teicher, Pierre Leblanc, Bob S Carter, Jeffrey H Kordower, Vadim Y Bolshakov, Sek Won Kong, Jeffrey S Schweitzer, Kwang-Soo Kim
February 2020 PMID: 31714896

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Parkinson’s Disease
Angelique di Domenico, Giulia Carola, Carles Calatayud, Meritxell Pons-Espinal, Juan Pablo Muñoz, Yvonne Richaud-Patin, Irene Fernandez-Carasa, Marta Gut, Armida Faella, Janani Parameswaran, Jordi Soriano, Isidro Ferrer, Eduardo Tolosa, Antonio Zorzano, Ana Maria Cuervo, Angel Raya, Antonella Consiglio
February 2019 PMID: 30639209

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Parkinson’s Disease
Daniel Mendes Filho, Patrícia D C Ribeiro, Lucas F Oliveira, Diógenes R M de Paula, Vanessa Capuano, Thaís S F de Assunção, Valdo J D da Silva
July 2018 PMID: 29953040

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Parkinson’s Disease
Emily M Rocha, Briana De Miranda, Laurie H Sanders
April 2017 PMID: 28400134

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Parkinson’s Disease
Lonneke M L de Lau, Monique M B Breteler
June 2006 PMID: 16713924

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Rheumatoid Arthritis
Clara Sanjurjo-Rodríguez, Rocío Castro-Viñuelas, María Piñeiro-Ramil, Silvia Rodríguez-Fernández, Isaac Fuentes-Boquete, Francisco J. Blanco, and Silvia Díaz-Prado
August 2020 PMID: 32854405

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Rheumatoid Arthritis
Jaecheol Lee, Seung Min Jung, Antje D. Ebert, Haodi Wu, Sebastian Diecke, Youngkyun Kim, Hyoju Yi, Sung-Hwan Park, and Ji Hyeon Ju
September 2016 PMID: 27609119

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Rheumatoid Arthritis
Juryun Kim, Sunyoung Christina Kang, Na Eun Yoon, Yena Kim, Jinhyeok Choi, Narae Park, Hyerin Jung, Byung Hwa Jung, and Ji Hyeon Ju
November 2019 PMID: 31730022

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Spinal Cord Injury
Pablo Bonilla, Joaquim Hernandez, Esther Giraldo, Miguel A. González-Pérez, Ana Alastrue-Agudo, Hoda Elkhenany, María J. Vicent, Xavier Navarro, Michael Edel, and Victoria Moreno-Manzano
May 2021 PMID: 34073117

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Spinal Cord Injury
Itzhak Fischer, Jennifer N. Dulin, and Michael A. Lane
June 2020 PMID: 32518349

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Spinal Cord Injury
XianHu Zhou, GuiDong Shi, BaoYou Fan, Xin Cheng, XiaoLei Zhang, Xu Wang, Shen Liu, Yan Hao, ZhiJian Wei, LianYong Wang, and ShiQing Feng
October 2018 PMID: 30349249

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Spinal Cord Injury
Vanessa M. Doulames, Giles W. Plant, and Wenbin Deng
April 2016 PMID: 27070598

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Stroke
Matthew R. Chrostek, Emily G. Fellows, Andrew T. Crane, Andrew W. Grande, and Walter C. Low
November 2019 PMID: 31381876

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Stroke
Ling Wei, Zheng Z. Wei, Michael Qize Jiang, Osama Mohamad, and Shan Ping Yu
October 2018 PMID: 28322920

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Stroke
Kiran Musunuru, Farah Sheikh, Rajat M. Gupta, Steven R. Houser, Kevin O. Maher, David J. Milan, Andre Terzic, and Joseph C. Wu
January 2018 PMID: 29874173

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Stroke
Osamu Honmou, Kiyohiro Houkin, Takuya Matsunaga, Yoshiro Niitsu, Sumio Ishiai, Rie Onodera, Stephen G. Waxman, and Jeffery D. Kocsis
April 2011 PMID: 21493695

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Rami Ahmad Shahror, Chung-Che Wu, Yung-Hsiao Chiang, and Kai-Yun Chen
June 2020 PMID: 32516998

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Brooke Bonsack, Sydney Corey, Alex Shear, Matt Heyck, Blaise Cozene, Nadia Sadanandan, Henry Zhang, Bella Gonzales‐Portillo, Michael Sheyner, and Cesar V. Borlongan
May 2020 PMID: 32356605

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Hui Ma, Ping Kuen Lam, Cindy See Wai Tong, Kin Ki Yan Lo, George Kwok Chu Wong, and Wai Sang Poon
July 2019 PMID: 31185737

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Anwarul Hasan, George Deeb, Rahaf Rahal, Khairallah Atwi, Stefania Mondello, Hany Elsayed Marei, Amr Gali, and Eliana Sleiman
February 2017 PMID: 28265255

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Anna Földes, Kristóf Kádár, Beáta Kerémi, Ákos Zsembery, Klára Gyires, Zoltán S. Zádori, and Gábor Varga
November 2016 PMID: 26791480

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
S. Gennai, A. Monsel, Q. Hao, J. Liu, V. Gudapati, E. L. Barbier, and J. W. Lee
July 2015 PMID: 26170348

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Stem Cell Therapy

What is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. You’ve heard about stem cells in the news, and perhaps you’ve wondered if they might help you or a loved one with a serious disease. You may wonder what stem cells are, how they’re being used to treat disease and injury, and why they’re the subject of such vigorous debate.
Below you will find some answers to frequently asked questions about stem cells. Learn about the various types of stem cells, their current and potential applications, ethical concerns, and the current state of research and practice.
The future of regenerative medicine is pluripotent stem cell therapy. A pluripotent stem cell has the ability to divide and differentiate into any of the human body’s 220+ cell types. Stem cell therapy allows the body to begin mending itself within 30 minutes after being administered and can continue to heal for up to 10 days afterwards. When stem cells enter the body through the bloodstream, they target areas of inflammation and begin the healing process. The body is gradually restored back to Homeostasis over time and through a series of treatments.

 

Pluripotent stem cells have been proven to be 6-10 times more accurate than the standard adult, mesenchymal, autologous, and/or umbilical cord stem cell treatments given by other stem cell therapy providers. The reason for this is due to the structure of the Stem Cells, specifically the type and volume of Cells that we can offer per procedure to our patients, as well as the fact that all of our Stem Cells are newly created and never frozen. We provide a minimum of 20 million pluripotent stem cells to our patients in a single session, resulting in improved healing, rehabilitation, and general health.

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Photobiomodulation Therapy stimulates cell healing and normalises cell function at the cellular level. Many treatments focus solely on the symptoms, rather than the underlying cause. Having said that, chronic degenerative alterations are frequently unable to be ‘healed,’ and must instead be controlled. Photobiomodulation Therapy is a non-pharmacological, safe, and effective technique to control pain and inflammation. Unlike drugs and surgery, Photobiomodulation Therapy:
Promotes cell regeneration
Reduces inflammation and pain
Is non-toxic
Is non-invasive
Has no side effects

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Why have Stem Cell Therapy at Pure Medical?

Pure Medical offers world-class pluripotent stem cell therapies. We are passionately committed as a Stem Cell Institute and Clinic to maintaining an ethical, professional, and caring attitude toward our patients and each other. Pluripotent Stem Cells have been demonstrated to be 6-10 times more successful than standard adult, autologous, and/or umbilical cord treatments available from other therapy providers. The reason for this is due to the structure of stem cells, namely the type and volume of cells we can offer per therapy to our patients, as well as the fact that all of our stem cells are freshly produced and never frozen.
We provide a minimum of 20 million pluripotent stem cells to our patients in a single session, resulting in improved healing, faster recovery, and overall improvement of the patient’s condition.

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How Does Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy Work?

Pluripotent stem cells are master cells. They’re able to make cells from all three basic body layers, so they can potentially produce any cell or tissue the body needs to repair itself. This “master” property is called pluripotency. Like all stem cells, pluripotent stem cells are also able to self-renew, meaning they can perpetually create more copies of themselves.

 

Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy consists of stem cells that have the ability to self-renew, literally dividing and developing into the 3 Primary Germ Cell Layers of the early embryo and thus transforming into all 220 cell types found in the adult body. This effectively means that Pluripotent Stem Cells offer unprecedented opportunities for Cell Therapy against intractable diseases and injuries.

What conditions does Pluripotent Stem Cell therapy treat?

When administered in a regulated medical setting, stem cell therapy is both safe and painless.
To date, stem cell therapy has produced no negative side effects; nor are there any medically or scientifically anticipated risks outside that of a routine outpatient injection.

What to expect when having Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy?

Before having Stem Cell Therapy at Pure Medical you will be seen by one of our doctors, they will check to see if you’re healthy enough to receive therapy and advice you about the best way to prepare for your treatment.

 

Stem Cells therapy is administered by means of an intravenous drip by putting a cannula into a vein in your arm. You will then be attached to the Drip for around 40 minutes while the Pluripotent Stem Cells enter your bloodstream.

 

How many treatments will be required?
That is dependent on you, your body and the disease or condition that you are being treated, Because each person’s condition is unique, so is their treatment plan.

 

If you are sick or have the following symptoms, your treatment session may be postponed.
-Severe cold or flu
-Chest infection
-Runny nose
-Sickness (nausea).

What are the possible
side effects of Stem Cell Therapy?

When administered in a regulated medical setting, stem cell therapy is both safe and painless.
To date, stem cell therapy has produced no negative side effects; nor are there any medically or scientifically anticipated risks outside that of a routine outpatient injection.

Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy Scientific Studies

In this section, you will find an array of Stem Cell scientific case studies. Additional symptom-specific case studies can be found on individual diseases, disorders and condition pages.
FOR A FULLY COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF DISEASE AND CONDITION-SPECIFIC SCIENTIFIC CASE STUDIES, PLEASE VISIT OUR DESKTOP WEBSITE
Gele Liu, Brian T. David, Matthew Trawczynski, Richard G. Fessler
November 2019 PMID: 31760627

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Riham Mohamed Aly
15 May 2020 PMID: 32695801

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Miriam Reisman, Katherine T. Adams
December 2014 PMID: 25516694

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Wojciech Zakrzewski, Maciej Dobrzyński, Maria Szymonowicz & Zbigniew Rybak
 26 February 2019 Article number: 68 (2019)

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Julia Deinsberger, David Reisinger & Benedikt Weber
 11 September 2020 Article number: 15 (2020)

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