Autoimmune Disease

An Autoimmune disease occurs when the patient’s immune system generates cellular and antibody responses to substances and tissues normally present in the body but not normally considered harmful.  This might involve an organ or a particular tissue located in different areas of the patients body.  As a result of this immune response, damage to a specific organ or organs occurs.

The body’s immune system is designed to fight off germs and other foreign invaders.  Your immune system needs the ability to tell the difference between what’s you and what’s foreign.  In the case of Autoimmune disease the system cannot determine what’s you and what’s foreign and it attacks normal cells by mistake.

There are over 80 known types of Autoimmune diseases and more than 23.5 million people in America suffer.  In fact, Autoimmune diseases are the leading cause of death and disability.  Some forms of Autoimmune diseases that may respond to IV stem cell therapy include rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes and lupus.

IV Stem Cell Therapy and Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune diseases are usually treated with medications, which can have adverse side effects and will probably need life-long treatment.

Today, new advancement in research using IV stem cells are giving hope to people who have been diagnosed with autoimmune diseases.  Auto-immune Stem Cell Clinical studies are now being researched for their efficacy in improving the complications in patients with all types of degenerative diseases including autoimmune diseases.These procedures could help patients who don’t respond to typical drug treatment.  Early detection, medication and the use of IV stem cells may offer a decrease in progression of symptoms and a better quality of life.

Should IV Stem Cell Treatments Be Repeated?

Yes, any stem cell therapy can and probably should be repeated.  Studies currently show the possibility of a cumulative effect from multiple stem cell therapies patient’s had received for their condition.

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