ALS Stem Cell Treatment

ALS Stem Cell Treatment

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Treatment

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a rare neurological disorder which is mainly related to nerve cells and motor neurons. Our neurons are responsible for muscle movements, like chewing, talking or breathing, just to name a few. It is a severity disease which means it will be increasing over the course of time. The word Amyotrophic is a Greek word where “A” is no, “myo” stands for muscles and “trophic” which means nourishment. Until now there is no known cure for the disease, but stem cells are being used as its new ray of hope.

Who is affected by ALS?

It is reported that every day, an average of 15 people are newly diagnosed with ALS — more than 5,600 people per year. Most people who develop ALS are between the ages of 40 and 70, although the disease can occur at a younger age. It occurs throughout the world with no racial, ethnic or socioeconomic boundaries.

Aging is a rather complicated process in which the cells eventually die after becoming progressively damaged over time. How3ever, this process can be reversed or at least impeded by fresh young mesenchymal stem cells. These cells have a special anti-aging effect by repairing and regenerating the different organs which have been damaged by stress and various toxic substances which we come across in our day-to-day lives. With stem cell anti-aging we can help repopulate the body with younger stem cells.

They also help to improve our immune functions significantly. When an individual is approaching the age of 40, he/she may begin to encounter some physical problems associated with mature age that can be treated with anti-aging stem cell treatments.
The outcome can be much more effective in cases where the revitalization process commences earlier in life.

Causes of ALS

The causes of ALS are not known, but a study in 1993 showed that the patient’s body produced Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase (SOD1) which was associated with some cases of ALS. The primary cause can be considered as genetics, many scientists in their study have found out that the mutant SOD1 can become toxic. Even environmental factors such as heavy metals, diet, infection agents, and viruses can also be the causes.

There are no single tests that can detect ALS. The physician has to review the medical history and then conduct neurological examinations periodically to check whether the symptoms are getting worse or not. The primary diagnosis is made by observing the signs and symptoms by the physician after running a series of tests. These tests can be electromyography (EMG) wherein the electrical ability of the muscle fibers is checked through special recordings. Then there is Nerves Conduction Study (NCS), this test is done on the nerves. The doctor may also refer to Magnetic Resonance Test (MRI) including a set of laboratory tests such as urine and blood tests.

ALS stem cell therapy using Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs)

MSC´s have plasticity properties and the ability to provide growth factors which modulate the immune system.

The transplantation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) leads to the increase in the survival of neurons as these cells are known to produce proteins that are helpful in the growth and survival of new-developing and mature neurons. Moreover, the idea of replacing the dying neurons with new stems cells is now more realistic, feasible and appealing.

Results of ALS Stem Cell Treatment

You can expect improvements after stem cell therapy, including but not limited to:

  • Improved coordination
  • Improved balance
  • Improved speech
  • Improved swallowing
  • Reduced muscle wasting

How stem cell treatment for ALS works:

During an ALS treatment program, 200 to 500 million p1 umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells are given to the patient by IV infusions, intra-nasal administration, lumbar puncture injection, and local tissue injections. This young optimized pool of stem cells works in a number of ways:

 

  • Repopulating of aging stem cells pools
  • Regeneration of degraded tissue
  • Modulation of the immune system
  • Anti-inflammatory mechanisms
  • Cell-to-Cell stimulatory effects

100,000,000 P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

6 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

200,000,000 P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

6 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

300,000,000+ P1 MSCs + Condition Specific RNA

10 days of supportive treatments, including laser therapy, iv nutrition, enzyme therapy, peptides and growth factors.

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