What is STEM-CELL THERAPY?
Stem-cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or to prevent a disease or a condition.
The most widely used stem-cell therapy is bone marrow transplant, autologous or from a donor. For more than 30years, bone marrow transplant has been used to treat cancer patients with leukemia and lymphoma. Other sources of stem cells include fat, legally aborted fetuses and placenta.
We, at PlacidWay, can provide you with the best options of Stem Cell Treatments all over the world as we have partners with great expertise in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Our main purpose is to provide the newest treatments, the newest approaches and the newest researches involving Stem Cells in dealing with incurable diseases.
As we see more and more people affected by Diabetes, Orthopedic problems, Parkinson’s, Autism or Multiple Sclerosis, we teamed up with clinics all over the world in offering affordable Stem Cell Treatments for international patients.
What are STEM CELLS?
Stem cells are undifferentiated biological cells that can differentiate into specialized cells and can divide to produce more cells. In a developing embryo, stem cells can differentiate into all specialized cells but also maintain the normal turnover of regenerative organs, such as blood, skin or intestinal tissues.
There are three known accessible sources of adult stem cells in humans: bone marrow, adipose tissue and blood, every one of those three require a different method of extraction.
Stem cells can also be taken from umbilical cord blood immediately after birth – they are called extra-embryonic fetal stem cells.
Embryonic stem cells are taken from embryos in early stages of development, mostly from aborted fetuses. Because of the controversy regarding the moral and ethical use of those cells, there are currently no approved treatments using embryonic stem cells.