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Stem Cells: The New Medicine Medical Research Has Provided

Stem Cells: The New Medicine

Stem cell research has been conducted for many years. With stem cells we can now have a better understanding of how organisms that are complex develop from something simple as a fertilized egg. In a laboratory setting, researchers are able to follow up the process of stem cells division into specialized cells that make up the brain, bone and skin as well as other types of cells.

The process involves identifying mechanisms and signals that determine whether or not a stem cell will differentiate into something complex. Understanding will help us understand which processes control the normal cell and organ development.

The stem cell research has been triggered for years by development of serious medical conditions such as birth defects and cancer which often are as a result of abnormal growth and development of cells. Wen cells do not mature, divide and differentiate as they should then conditions such as cancer are likely to develop. A better understanding of molecular and genetic controls of the process of cell division and differentiation will yield more information as to why these conditions come to be and in the process new approaches can be sort. This is an important goal in research on stem cells.

Stem Cell

What is a stem cell?

A stem cell is basically a cell that has not reached maturity and one that can potentially become specialized into different cells types in the boy for the formation of different body organs. Stem cells exist in two types: embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells come to be during division of a newly fertilized cell. When these stem cells divide, they are differentiated to become any type of cell in the body that is required for the formation of different body organs as the foetus develop in the womb.

Adult stem cells on the other hand are very different from embryonic stem cells. These types if stem cells are found I already developed tissues. They are therefore found in both children and infants. These stem cells are not developed or a fertilized egg but are found later when different tissues have already developed. These types of stem cells act like replacement cells. This means that they undergo division regularly in order to replace worn out, dead or lost cells. They are specialized to take the place of cells that have been lost or those that have died. Adult stem cells can be found in tissues of the body such as blood, brain, bone, skin and muscle. N as much as research on stem cells has been going on for long, the research has not been able to yield much result due to the inability to develop and differentiate these cells in a laboratory setting.

 

The medical breakthrough in stem cells research

As seen much earlier, stem cells are immature cells that have the tendency to develop and specialize into any type of cells. This being the case, researchers have tried to use stem cells in understanding and dealing with medical conditions such as birth defects and different types of cancers like leukemia. Because stem cells can be specialized into any type of cells they have the potential of treating disease and other disorders.

Today stem cells research procedures are used life-saving options for patients suffering from lymphoma, leukemia, some types of tumors and other disorders of the blood.

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Bone marrow transplant: For many years bone marrow transplant has been used tin treatment of diseases like leukemia. Bone marrow transplant involves removal of a donors bone marrow stem cells and replacing them with those of a sick patient. If the procedure proves successful, the bone marrow form a healthy donor migrates into the bone marrow of the patient. The healthy bone marrow will then begin producing healthy white blood cells which will end up replacing the abnormal cells in the patient. His s one of the major breakthroughs in stem cells transplant hat has seen many leukemia patients get a second chance.

Peripheral blood stem cells (PBSCs): naturally may of the blood stem cells are fund n he bone marrow, however a small number of these can be found n he blood stream. The process of obtaining stem cells from the bone marrow is usually a difficult process. Since stem cells are also resent in the blood, they can be obtained with ease form drawn blood making the process of obtaining stem cells easier. The only problem is that, stem cells in the blood stream exist sparsely in the blood stream which can prove difficulty while trying to extract enough of them for a transplant.

Umbilical cord stem cells transplant: the umbilical code s normally discarded as a waste product of the process of birth. However research shows that the blood found in the umbilical cord is rich in stem cells. These can be harvested and used to treat patients of cancer and other conditions of cell defects. These stems cells have been used to treating the same conditions as those treated by stem cells of the bone marrow and PBSCs.

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Stem cells transplant is proving to be a promising approach to health conditions such as lymphoma and leukemia. You can tap into these benefits. Dr. Dalal Okoury is an expert in integrative medicine. Don’t also forget to attend the Integrative Addiction Conference 2015. The conference will provide a once in a lifetime opportunity of approaches to identifying and treating patients of addiction. Visit http://www.integrativeaddiction2015.com for more information about the addiction conference.

Stem Cells: The New Medicine Medical Research Has Provided

 

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Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market: Taking the addiction problem head on

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market and this is posing a serious thereat to treatment

If you are in the US it will not surprise you that cocaine is rampantly abused. Even though the abuse of cocaine and drug addiction is a global problem, we cannot burry our heads on the sand and pretend that this problem is not in the US. In fact drug addiction is not just a problem, but a big one for that matter in the United States. Currently there are millions of people who are addicted to various drugs and millions more who suffer as a result of living with addicts. All drugs are in their own right addictive but cocaine in particular is quite a popular drug and the sad reality is that it is readily available in a wide range of settings including the streets, clubs, private parties and even schools. Did I just mention schools? Does that trigger something in your mind? It can only be construed to mean that cocaine addiction is raking havoc in our societies very in discriminatively. It is true that cocaine addiction is hot in the streets and you and I have a duty to play in containing the rampant spread.

Everyone is vulnerable and no one is safe. That is the reason why Dr. Akoury made a decision to create a medical center (AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center) whose main objective is to transform each individual’s life through increasing awareness about health and wellness and by empowering individuals to find their own inner healing power. Dr. Akoury’s practice focuses on personalized medicine through healthy lifestyle choices that deal with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of patching up symptoms. And because of the vulnerability of our generation to this addiction problem, doctor Akoury is not only working on the programs that are tailored to helping the addiction victims but also those that are targeting the professionals in this addiction industry.

At the moment doctor Akoury is organizing for an Educational, Functional and Integrative Addiction conference targeting medical professionals including doctors, counselors, nurses and addiction therapists. The conference will be August 23-25 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This new frontier in Addiction Medicine will be conducted by the most influential group of leading visionaries specializing in the latest advances in natural and integrative addiction medicine, under the theme “The Future of Integrative Addiction” and just to give you the hint, the 3-day agenda kicks off with the keynote speaker, Dalal Akoury, MD discussing the hijacked mind. That is to say how does it get there and how does is leave?

Sean Devlin DO, HMD, will be focusing on “How to Recognize Addiction: Emergency care room and Addiction. Preliminary diagnostics and coping with life-saving measures when patients have overdose on substances of abuse/alcohol and drugs.

Dr. Kenneth Proefrock NMD will be lecturing on Naturopathic Considerations for Treating Patients with Addiction.

Doctor Elizabeth Stuller, MD will focus on Pyscho Neuroendocrine Immune Restoration essential to reverse addiction. She will address the Neurotransmitters and the proper Diagnostics tools including and Genetic Testing and clinical evaluations, she will also emphasis the role of Biofeedback and addiction therapy. She will also highlight the role of NAD.

William S Eidelman, MD an expert on eon Cranial Electrotherapy and Addiction: Will reveal A Revolutionary Breakthrough to Eliminate Cigarette Cravings.

Mitch Ghen DO, will be uncovering the Myth on Sex Addiction, with emphasis on Women Sex Addiction. Dr. Ghen will be providing information on effective natural therapies to treat sex addiction.

Shoreh Ershadi, PharmD, will underscore the Important Role of Menopause and Neurosteroids in Sexual, Gender and Addictive Disorders.

Sahar Swidan, Pharm.D, An authority on Pain and Addiction: Will discuss the role of Endocannabinoid receptors, deficiencies in the disease of addiction. She will also delineate the medical consequences and health implications of the new Marijuana Law.

These are highly respected professionals in their own right and their input in your career as an addiction professional is one thing you do not want to miss. We all have a duty to play in the fight a giants drug addiction and this conference gives you an opportunity to not only to meet your professional colleagues but also to expand your horizon in the way you handle your patients. As we get back to the discussion of the day you can get more information about this conference on www.integrativeaddiction2015.com or email sharon@integrativeaddiction2015.com.

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market: The addictive nature of cocaine

Undoubtedly, cocaine is very addictive and is considered a hard drug the world over. Experts say that once it gets into the bloodstream, it is capable of causing a significant increase in blood pressure which means that it affects the normal function of the heart.

In its addictive nature when the there is an overdose, normally in most cases the user is likely to suffer a stroke, especially if the drug is taken in several large doses. Doctor Akoury says that when the method of administration is through sniffing, this substance (coke) can also damage the membranes inside the nose and the consequence of this would be severe nose-bleeding and smell-sense impairment.

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market: The genesis of cocaine abuse

Experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center say that this form of addiction is a process and not an event. It therefore means that the road to cocaine addiction will have to start from somewhere. We have already mentioned that this drug is easily available from various avenues including the streets. It can only mean that the long journey to addiction can start from either of the sources like from a party setting where the drug is readily available. Meaning that any person who has probably never used the drug before, might be tempted to have a taste due to peer pressure or sheer curiosity. In such a situation, the person is likely to convince themselves that they are just going to use the drug once and never do it again. And remember as mentioned, cocaine is very addictive and therefore what usually starts as recreational use eventually turns into a dangerous addiction.

We are definitely going to progress on with this discussion in our next article but in the meantime any individual who is addicted to this drug cannot function without a regular fix. It is no wonder that some such addicts are so deep into it that they are willing to do whatever it takes to acquire a few grams of their favorite drug. However, before you let this drug bring you down, there is good news for with at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Akoury. These are groups of professionals who have been in this profession for over two decades and scheduling for an appointment with her today will be the best thing you can ever do for yourself and to your loved ones too.

Cocaine Addiction is hot in the street market: Taking the addiction problem head on

 

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Using Illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy

Using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy: The possible dangers posed on both the mother and the baby

Using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy

Using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy is one of the most painful thing you can do to your unborn child

The problem of drug addiction in the current generation is one that is very merciless and cruel even to the unborn children. A lot of our young ladies are very much into drugs and when the time came for them to have the fruit of the womb, their body is full of toxic substances which are very unfriendly to the baby. It is not just the previous use of these substances but even the current usage. Over the years we have attended to pregnant women who are heavily addicted to drugs and the good news is that when there is willingness to recover, a lot of damage can be prevented and those that had already occurred could also be corrected. In view of the prevalence of miss use of drugs, we want to take time in this article to discuss certain points about using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy. To do this, we are going to relay on the expertise of professionals from AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the able leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury the MD and also the founder of the said facility.

In her care (doctor Akoury) many victims of substance abuse have regain their life back and narrowly escaped the hook of death all in the name of abusing drugs. For more than two decades now doctor Akoury and her team of experts have established a very strong network of creating awareness about drug addiction and alcohol abuse to contribute in the fight against the vice. It will interest you to note that doctor Akoury is offering her exclusive NER Recovery Treatment to other physicians and health care professionals through training, clinical apprenticeships, webinars and seminars. And the good news is that these services are available for all professionals and in fact any qualified professional can now be a part of this truly successful and fast addiction recovery treatment. At the moment doctor Akoury is organizing for a conference for all medical professionals especially those in the discipline of addiction this coming August to run between 23-25 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and you are invited to be part of this great transformation in the understanding of addiction treatment.

The conference (Integrative Addiction Conference 2015) mission is to provide prevention education, awareness, options and support to patients and physicians dealing with addiction. We intend to use this conference to empower physicians to be involved in determining their personal and “best answer for addiction” by promoting physician and patient awareness of a natural, yet profoundly effective, addiction treatment options that result in you thriving while surviving during treatment and recovery. This Integrative Addiction Conference 2015 will cover topics such as addiction as a holistic body ecosystem derangement, the interaction between stress, survivorship, pain and addiction, the role of hormonal imbalance in the disease of addiction, the genetic and epigenetic influences on the disease of addiction, psycho neuroendocrine immune restoration essential to reverse addiction as well as new and future therapies in the horizon for addiction treatment including stem therapy for psycho neuroendocrine immune restoration.

From the briefing you can see that we have a very rich menu to improve your career to greater levels. We can only encourage you not to let this golden opportunity and for more information about the conference you may log in via the event website www.integrativeaddiction2015.com or drop us a email using the following address sharon@integrativeaddiction2015.com. There is some body from the other end who will respond to all your registration queries. And now back to using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy, if you are using illegal or street drugs, it can make you feel isolated. If this describes you, it is important to note that you are not alone. Illegal drugs are commonly used than you can imagine. It is estimated that about one in five young adults aged between 16 and 24 has used either of the drugs in the past year.

Therefore we are going to use this article to explain how different drugs can affect your pregnancy and your baby. Doctor Akoury in her spirit of creating awareness explains that the more facts you know the better for you since with such information, you will be in a better position to make well informed and positive choices going forward. And if stopping drugs is a problem for you, getting help is a big step towards giving your baby a healthy future. It will be very important for you if you are struggling with drugs to consult with your doctor or midwife to help you get treatment and other necessary support in good time. Like for instance you may need support from a health professional with extra experience in looking after pregnant women who use drugs. Such women may have certain concerns and difficult health questions that can only be addressed by professionals in that line. Some of the questions may include:

Using Illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy: Is it safe to take illegal drugs while I’m pregnant?

When one is pregnant and is abusing drugs, such a person is subjecting two people into great danger. Her own and the life of the unborn baby therefore it goes without saying that any illegal substance is not good for your health whether in pregnancy or not. It doesn’t matter the quantity used, no amount of illegal substance can be said to be safe. It therefore means that if a parent has drug problems it affects their child at every stage, from pregnancy onwards. With that piece of information, if you are pregnant and you are also on drugs, this is the time for you to make a conscious decision to change, quit and give your baby a good start in life. This is very important and as a good mother you are you will do the right thing which is scheduling for an appointment with the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center for the commencement of treatment immediately.

Using illegal and addictive drugs in pregnancy: The possible dangers posed on both the mother and the baby

 

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The general effects of Alcohol abuse today

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: The body responsiveness to Alcohol abuse

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today are evident on how users of alcohol live their lives. A life full of destruction

The life complications keep getting more and more frustrating because of several factors including alcohol abuse and drug addiction. These two health conditions directly affect the well-being of human life and cannot be over looked. Over the years people have been into the business of marry making while consuming alcohol and all other alcoholic beverages across the globe. It is through this marry making that today life is almost becoming unbearable for most families and especially those taking care on an alcoholic loved one. One may wonder how marry making and self-enjoyment of life while taking a few bottles of drinks could be a problem. If this is what is going on in your mind right now, then you are at the right place, because throughout this article, we are going to be discussing the general effects of alcohol abuse today in our lives. With the help of doctor Dalal Akoury MD and founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, one of the leading pioneers in natural and holistic addiction treatment we will be well informed of the health effects of alcohol abuse and even drug addiction. You can therefore take this earliest opportunity to schedule for an appointment with her for more guidance and professional help.

Individual’s patients struggling with substance abuse may opt for the appointment with the experts for lasting solution, however the experience doctor Akoury has garnered over the past few decades can be very beneficial to other professional in the same discipline. And if you are wondering on how you can be part of this doctor Akoury is organizing an Educational, Functional and Integrative Addiction conference for medical experts including doctors, counselors, nurses and addiction therapists. The conference will be August 23-25 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This new frontier in Addiction Medicine will be conducted by the most influential group of leading visionaries specializing in the latest advances in natural and integrative addiction medicine, under the theme “The Future of Integrative Addiction”. You can get more information about this on www.integrativeaddiction2015.com or email sharon@integrativeaddiction2015.com. Just to give you a preview of those who will be attending this very important conference, we currently have confirmations from the who is who in the world of medicine including Dr. Mitch Ghen, DO, Ph.D, Sean Devlin, DO, HMD., Sahar Swidan, Pharma D. BCPS., Kenneth Proefrock, N.M.D., William Eidelman, M.D., and Gregory G. Smith, MD. That is just a preview you can get more information from the contacts given above and you are highly welcome to this one in a life time event. Back to the general effects of alcohol abuse today, the body is very much vulnerable to the toxic elements as we will soon find out from the explanations in this discussion.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Effects to the Skin, Muscle, and Bone Disorders

Several studies have associated severe alcoholism with osteoporosis which is the loss of bone density, muscular deterioration, skin sores, and itching. Whereas women are the most concern with the beauty of their skin complexion as compared to men, alcohol-dependent women seem to face a higher risk than men for damage to muscles, including muscles of the heart, from the toxic effects of alcohol.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Effects on Reproduction and Fetal Development

Sexual Function and Fertility – Alcoholism increases levels of the female hormone estrogen and reduces levels of the male hormone testosterone, factors that are closely associated with erectile dysfunction and enlarged breasts in men, and infertility in women. Such changes may also be responsible for the higher risks for absent periods and abnormal uterine bleeding in women with alcoholism.

Drinking During Pregnancy and Effects on the Infant – it is important to note that when nursing pregnancy even the so called moderate amounts of alcohol can have damaging effects on the developing fetus, including low birth weight and increased risk for miscarriage. High amounts can cause fetal alcohol syndrome, a condition that can cause mental and growth retardation. Although there is no specific amount of alcohol intake, the risk of developing the syndrome is increased depending on the time of alcohol exposure during pregnancy, a pattern of drinking (four or more drinks per occasion), and how often alcohol consumption occurs.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Effect on Weight and Diabetes

Moderate alcohol consumption may help protect the hearts of adults with type 2 diabetes. Heavy drinking, however, is associated with obesity, which is a risk factor for this form of diabetes. In addition, alcohol can cause hypoglycemia, a drop in blood sugar, which is especially dangerous for people with diabetes who are taking insulin. Intoxicated diabetics may not be able to recognize symptoms of hypoglycemia.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Effect on Central and Peripheral Nervous System and Mental Functioning

Drinking too much alcohol can cause immediate mild neurologic problems in anyone, including insomnia and headache. Long-term alcohol use can physically affect the brain. Depending on length and severity of alcohol abuse, neurologic damage may not be permanent, and abstinence nearly always leads to eventual recovery of normal mental function.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies

People with alcoholism should be sure to take vitamin and mineral supplements. Even apparently well-nourished people with alcoholism may be deficient in important nutrients. Deficiencies in vitamin B pose particular health risks in people with alcoholism. Other vitamin and mineral deficiencies, however, can also cause widespread health problems.

Folate Deficiencies – Alcohol interferes with the metabolism of folate, a very important B vitamin, called folic acid when used as a supplement. Folate deficiencies can cause severe anemia. Deficiencies during pregnancy can lead to birth defects in the infant.

Peripheral Neuropathy – Vitamin B12 deficiencies can also lead to peripheral neuropathy, a condition that causes pain, tingling, and other abnormal sensations in the arms and legs.

The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: Drug Interactions

The effects of many medications are strengthened by alcohol, while others are inhibited. Of particular importance is alcohol’s reinforcing effect on anti-anxiety drugs, sedatives, antidepressants, and antipsychotic medications.

Alcohol also interacts with many drugs used by people with diabetes. It interferes with drugs that prevent seizures or blood clotting. It increases the risk for gastrointestinal bleeding in people taking aspirin or other non-steroidal inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) including ibuprofen and naproxen. Chronic alcohol abusers have a particularly high risk for adverse side effects from consuming alcohol while taking certain antibiotics. These side effects include flushing, headache, nausea, and vomiting. In other words, taking almost any medication should preclude drinking alcohol. If you were not aware of the effects of alcohol before, now you know and it is time for you to make a difference in your society. If you know of anyone who is struggling with alcoholism, you can be the bridge of recovery to them by arranging with then to schedule for an appointment with doctor Dalal Akoury for help. But for the experts the Integrative Addiction conference for doctors, counselors, nurses and addiction therapists is a must attend for you and you can also consult with doctor Akoury for more information about Integrative Addiction Treatment on the following contact details:

Dalal Akoury M.D

AWAREmed

Tel: 843 213 1480

Email: dollyanis@hotmail.com

www.awaremednetwork.com

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The general effects of Alcohol abuse today: The body responsiveness to Alcohol abuse

 

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Treating COPD with Adipose Derived Stem Cell Therapy

Adipose Derived Stem Cells Treatment for COPD and Respiratory Disease

COPDCOPD is an acronym that stands for chronic obstructive lung diseases. COPD are conditions where the linings of the airways are thickened and inflamed. As a result of the inflammations and thickening of the linings of the airways the air become trapped in the lungs hence leading to shortness of breath, wheezing, weakness and severe fatigue. COPD causes coughing, increased production of mucus, and constriction of the chest. COPD is a serious respiratory disease that must be addressed failure to which the problem might escalate and eventually cause death. This disease is mostly caused by cigarette smoking but exposure to dangerous chemical especially in the industrial environment, dust, air pollutants, and chronic asthma can lead to the inflammation of the walls of the lungs and lead to their constriction. people who are suffering from asthma have higher chances of developing COPD since asthma is a chronic lung disease that cause inflammation and narrows the breathing airways leading to COPD. though this COPD is majorly caused by exposure to toxins that leads to inflammation of walls of the lungs, this disease is also hereditary with a major contributor being a rare genetic condition where people have low levels of the protein made in the liver known as alpha-1 antitrypsin (AAT). This rare condition may make you more susceptible to lung irritants, causing COPD to progress more aggressively.

Most people may be suffering from COPD without even knowing as it is a progressive disease that takes time to develop but worsens over a time a reason to why people suffering from the disease are often late in realizing they are suffering from it. COPD patients often require supplemental oxygen and daily medications just to be able to breathe. However these medications may not be of much help as they never correct the damage on the lung tissues but only address the symptoms temporarily. Till now there is no conventional treatment that has been found to be effective in treating COPD.

Those suffering from COPD often exhibit two main characteristics namely; Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema. Chronic Bronchitis results in the thickening of the airways inner lining due to mucus formation, which leads to a decrease in lung capacity while emphysema results in destruction of the air sacs in the lungs, which leads to fewer air sacs and ultimately a reduction in gas exchange.

Why stem cell therapy?

Stem cells are very special, powerful cells found in both humans and also in other animals. Stem cells are the precursors of all cells in the human body. What makes stem cells special is that they are regenerative and malleable. They have the ability to replicate themselves and to repair and replace other tissues in the human body. Some tissues, like skin, need constant renewal, which could not take place without skin stem cells. Other stem cells repair damage to the body’s tissues, for example, rebuilding damaged or degenerating muscle tissue. The stem cells have unique abilities that other cells in the body like the nerve cells and muscle cells do not have. Some of the unique abilities of the stem cells are that they are unspecified and can form different types of cells that can be used in healing or replacing the cells that have defects in the body.

In COPD the stem cells can work by causing regeneration of the affected cells of the lung tissues. The stem cells are delivered to diseased tissues or organs, where they will ultimately restore tissue and organ function. The stem cells can be harvested from the adipose tissues where they are available in high amounts and be used on the affected lung linings. When these stem cells are harvested from the adipose tissues of the same patient, it is referred to as autologous stem cell transplant and it is safer than when the cells are harvested from outside the patient’s body. With regeneration the aims of the treatment will be to awaken cells that are not functional or have malfunctions in the lung tissues. Stem cell therapy has been used successfully for other diseases and its applicability is not limited to COPD and with it there is hope for affordable healthcare solutions that heal the body wholly without life threatening side effects.

Treating COPD with Adipose Derived Stem Cell Therapy

COPDIt has been observed that adipose-derived stem cells exhibit immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory properties that doctors hope will help repair the airways and improve the elasticity of the patient’s lungs. When injected into the body, the mesenchymal stem cells first congregate in the lungs for several days, gathering cell signal information from the rest of the body and learning where disease and disability are located. When the lungs themselves are damaged, stem cells remain in the lungs, providing an enhanced opportunity to stimulate the repair of damaged lung tissue.

Here at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center we are committed to availing the best integrative approaches to treatment of diseases. We advocate for dietary as well as natural healing to diseases wherever possible. Visit as at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where Dr. Dalal Akoury (MD) will be of help.

Adipose Derived Stem Cells Treatment for COPD and Respiratory Disease

 

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