Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body’s own immune system malfunctions and destroys the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas, causing a shortage in the hormone.
By the time most patients receive a clinical diagnosis, 60 to 80 per cent of their beta cells have been wiped out. The disease progresses from this point very quickly, and can result in serious long-term complications including blindness, kidney failure, heart disease and stroke.
Type 2 diabetes, which tends to affect people later in life, is linked to lifestyle factors such as obesity. There are almost 346 million type 2 diabetics in the world most of whom control their blood-sugar levels with pills or through diet.
Because diabetes involves the body’s resistance to insulin, pancreatic cells which are also known as the beta cells become damaged, resulting in a number of other complications.
In order to treat diabetes effectively, mesenchymal stem cells are used to repair the functionality of the pancreas improve overall insulin resistance. Adult stem cells may result in becoming pancreatic which also reduces neuropathic pain.
They contain endothelial precursors which contribute to endothelial as well as vascular health. Adult stem cell use also has other benefits such as reducing kidney disease.
Stem Cell Treatment or Therapy is intended as an improvement on ones condition. It is not a “cure all” or “miracle pill.” The doctors have performed hundreds of procedures with great results and results will vary according to each individual patient!
Currently, Analytical Stem Cell is referring patients for Diabetes. If you
have any questions please fill out the form to the right with your contact information and one of the staff will contact you within hours.