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Immunotherapy

Have you ever wondered how many components of your body and immune system know what to do and when to do it? When a bacterium, virus or fungus enters your body, dozens of immune system cells, molecules and body chemicals move into action and work to together to defeat the invader or kill a mutated cell that has become cancer. Once the battle with the pathogens is being won, this army of immune system components knows to quiet...

Stem Cell Treatment and Research

We advocate the use of autologous adult stem cells (patient's own stem cells) as they pose no possibility for rejection. Regenerative Medicine Institute investigators work with other world-renown research groups in order to find more efficient ways to deliver stem cells, including tissue engineering.

Cancer Therapy

Each of us is born with the innate capacity to protect ourselves against disease through our immune system. The immune system has the characteristic mechanism, which has the power to damage or kill bacteria, viruses and so on. Vaccinations take advantage of ability. For example, when a person receives a flu vaccine, their immune system starts to build a defense system that will prepare their body for an actual ...

 
Regenerative Medicine Institute is a multi specialty group

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Regenerative Medicine Institute is a multispeciality group of Board Certified physicians and allied health professionals working together to meet the needs of patients and families living with chronic degenerative disease. They work to streamline the referral process, share information with other healthcare personnel, communicate and work with primary care physicians and case managers, research treatments and procedures to find the best options for treating the causes of degenerative disease, and participate in drug trials and research.
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History of Stem Cell Treatment | Guidelines to follow when choosing stem cell therapy

Scientists have long been fascinated by the power of stem cells, which has led to current stem cell treatment. These adaptive cells have the potential to develop into different kinds of cells, depending upon what the human body needs them to be. They act as a personal repair system, uniquely able to regenerate damaged tissue. Better yet, stem cells divide without limit, giving the body a fighting chance to fight degeneration. While scientists have long suspected the potential of stem cells in healing, 1973 was the first time physicians were able to successfully perform the first stem cell transplant between unrelated patients. Stem cell therapy has mushroomed since that time as physicians realized that the same stem cells used to fight diseases such as leukemia can also treat Alzheimer's disease, COPD, heart disease and other degenerative conditions.

Executive Director of the International Cellular Medicine Society (ICMS), David Audley, was asked what patients should look for in a stem cell therapy program. Audley gave a three-part answer. "Transparency. It should be obvious what they're getting. They should hear about possible outcomes and how the stem cell treatment they're receiving has worked for other patients. Oversight. They should find out if their doctor has anyone looking over his shoulder to make sure things are being done right. And they need follow up. That doctor should not just treat them and send them on their way. A patient should know that someone will be following up on their case."