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Diabetes Type Two

Diabetes Type Two

Stem Cell Treatment For Diabetes Type Two

Type 2 Diabetes is the most prevalent type of Diabetes and 90 percent of people suffering from this blood sugar condition have this type of Diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes could be a result of improper insulin production or insulin resistance. Type 2 Diabetes is progressive and tends to get worse with age.

Overweight people are at a higher risk of developing this type of Diabetes because the body releases chemicals that destabilize the metabolic and cardiovascular systems. Age is also a risk factor with this type of Diabetes and so is orientation with African, South Asian and Middle Eastern descents being at a higher risk. Managing type 2 Diabetes involves losing weight, exercise, eating healthy and most importantly monitoring blood sugar levels. Since this is a progressive disease, the patient may eventually need to take insulin to manage the blood sugar.

There is no known cure for Diabetes but stem cells therapy is producing promising results. According to a small study conducted on 23 patients suffering from Type 1 Diabetes, stem cell transplants cured their diabetes. This study showed that stem cell therapy can potentially reset the immune system by stopping the attack on the pancreas.

Type 2 Diabetes could also benefit from stem cell therapy. Studies conducted in India showed that stem cells could reduce the insulin dose taken by type 2 diabetes patients.

Our protocol consists of a two-day period, including the intravenous transplant of a minimum of 120 million cord tissue-derived MSCs (Mesenchymal Stem Cells), The procedure takes approximately 45 minutes. The protocol is minimally invasive to the patient and has very little downtime. Patients normally travel home two days following their scheduled appointment.

The primary goal of our protocol is the marked reduction in the levels of chronic low-grade inflammation for an extended period of time.

Stem cells have a unique, intrinsic property that attracts them to inflammation in the body. Studies have shown that stem cells can regenerate damaged or diseased tissues, reduce inflammation and modulate the immune system promoting better health and quality of life.

For Type 2 Diabetes patients, the effects of stem cell therapy can lead to a reduction in harmful symptoms, stabilization of condition and significant quality of life improvement.

Stem cells are uniquely and intrinsically able to migrate to sites of damage and inflammation in the body. Studies have shown that stem cells are able to orchestrate the repair and regeneration of deteriorated tissues, as well as modulate the immune system, to promote better health.

Depending on the ailment or the patient’s initial condition, the benefits of stem cell therapy can include a reduction in harmful symptoms, the slowing of the progression of the disease, and an overall increase in quality of life.



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