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- Up 6Down 025 million people have diabetes now; 70 million more are pre-diabetic. Type 2 Diabetes is linked to cancer and kidney failure and is the #1 cause of blindness and amputation in adulthood. Diabetics using stem-cell therapy have been able to stop taking insulin injections for the first time, after their bodies started to produce the hormone naturally again, suggesting that insulin-dependent diabetics can be freed from reliance on needles by an injection of their own stem cells.
Interested in learning more about Adult Stem cell therapy for Diabetes? Let Nuhealth help you: http://patients.nuehealth.com/stem-cell
- Up 5Down 0Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) is a chronic progressive disease for which there is no cure. Patients wiht CHF take, on average, 19 medications per day, for an average of 5-10 years, at an average cost of $100 per prescription. The medications can only be expected to stop the disease from progressing. Stem cells replaces scar tissue with normal cardiac muscle tissue as well as increase the contractility and ejection fraction of the heart muscle, which stimulates normal blood flow. Patients are being treated with adult stem cells for congestive heart failure now at US device manufacturer (Myocath) BioHeart's first international stem cell Center of Excellence in Latin America -learn more http://patients.nuehealth.com/stem-cell
Meet a man with congestive heart failure who had adult stem cell therapy at a Bioheart Center of Excellence for adult tem cell treatment for CHF: http://patients.nuehealth.com/testimonials#stem-cell-dean
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Joint, ligament and cartilage repairYankees pitcher Bartolo Colon raised eyebrows when he had adult autologous (that is, cells donated to himself) stem cell treatment to repaid ligament damage and a torn rotator cuff. The 37-year-old Colon was not in the greatest conditioning...but the treatment powered him to a 2-0 season start, including a shut out, with an earned run average of 3.81. Colon had his treatment in the Domincan Republic but American athletes don't have to travel as far - just across the border from San Diego, in fact, is the Regenerative Medicine Institute at Hospital Angeles, a stem Cell Center of Excellence charges $7,500 for it's stem cell protocol for joint repair. Learn more http://patients.nuehealth.com/stem-cell
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Prostate cancerExisting therapies for treating prostate cancer leave most patients vulnerable to recurrence even after surgery. But recently scientists have discovered how to isolate the tumor stem cells (the so-called 'root' of prostate cancer). Therapies for treating tumor stem cells to stop them regenerating may spell the end of prostate cancer! Learn more about adult stem cell medical travel programs wiht Nuehealth 866.668.9263 ext 119 Leslie, adult stem cell patient care coordinator.
- Up 4Down 0Breast cancer stem cells are cells that fuel a tumor’s growth and are believed to be resistant to chemotherapies and radiation treatment, which researchers say may be the reason cancer so often returns after treatment. Researchers have discovered a link between inflammation and breast cancer stem cells that suggests a new way to target cells resistant to current treatments. In addition to treating/preventing cancer, a breast cancer patient's own stem cells (adult, autologous) are used to regrow breast tissue after mastectomy surgery. Surgeons place a plastic mold under the skin where the breast has been removed; the mold is injected with stem cells drawn from the patient's adipose (fat) tissue. The new cells start to grow within six months to a year.
Learn more about adult stem cell treatment at http://patients.nuehealth.com/stem-cell
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