How is Stem Cells Administered?

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No side effects have been reported using SMC stem cells for 17 years.
Cells used for treatment are processed in accordance with Current Good Tissue Practices (CGTP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).

According to different physical condition of the clients, we will use different form of injection routes, meaning as drip or injection into spinal canal, or directly into the joints. These are executed to transfer the new stem cells into the area that will produce the most positive results for that condition.

Typically, the doctor will review what other treatments and medication the patient has already taken. Any further medical decision about what should be included or deleted from the patient’s regime during the stem cell treatment will be made on an individual basis.

Post-transplantation effects develop in 2 stages:

Stage 1
Within several days after injection you will notice improvement of general physical condition, less fatigue but feeling sleepy (due to the cells regeneration), better sleeping quality,better workability and appetite. This is most commonly seen in people with advanced diseases and aging. You will also note an improved emotional state.

Stage 2
This begins 1 to 2 months after transplantation. The regenerative process in the diseased organ or system will occur resulting in improvement of quality of life, thus leading to a sign of improvement in the outlook with better muscle, and more elastic and firmer skin. These beneficial effects of stem cell therapy will last longer with a healthy lifestyle.

According to most religious denominations, adult stem cells are not encumbered by any ethical or moral dilemmas. Most organisations have issued statements that encourage research and the use of adult stem cells in the treatment of human disease.

Upon arrival, a doctor will review your medical records and perform a physical examination. Your doctor may order additional testing, such as blood tests or radiological testing. The doctor will explain more on the method of administration depending on your medical condition. You will be monitored for 2 hours after the treatment.