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An overview of Cell Therapy and its applications

Author: Jonathan Pham
Review Date: November 18, 2019 | Last Modified: November 29, 2019
An overview of Cell Therapy and its applications

Learn about Cell Therapy

What is Cell Therapy?

Cell Therapy (CT) is a medical procedure that involves the injection of feal or juvenile suspensions of cells/ tissues in a physiological solution for therapeutic purposes. The treatment is aimed to trigger one’s natural immune system, hence stimulating the body to regenerate and heal itself.

As cell therapy’s mechanism is based on protein signaling – which does not impact the recipient’s DNA, it is not necessary to use fresh cells of the same species. Currently, most treatment protocols utilize unipotent stem cells from sheep embryos.

Cell therapy was first developed by Dr. Paul Niehans in 1931. Since then, clinical trials all over the world have shown that this treatment method has a high success rate in treating a variety of diseases. It is currently the most comprehensive and holistic approach to health maintenance and anti-aging. The treatment has been proven to be safe and effective in slowing down the aging process and helping regain youth. Specifically, patients after receiving cell therapy have noticed an improved skin tone and complexion, reduced wrinkles, better mental power, increased vitality & physical power, etc.

Dr. Paul Niehans

Dr. Paul Niehans – Founder of Cell Therapy

Cell Therapy mechanisms

How does Cell Therapy work?

As stated above, most cell therapies are based on unipotent stem cells that contain DNA metabolized in sheep embryos – due to the fact that sheep are a “clean” species that are immune to cancer. The animals selected for harvesting cells are raised based on a strictly regulated diet. In the final step, fresh cells are extracted and tested before being ready for therapeutic and aesthetic use.

As a completely natural biological treatment, cell therapy has been proven to be very safe and effective. Live Cell Therapy is recognized as the most effective harmonizer of the endocrine system. The treatment is capable of correcting immune defects and enhancing the levels of energy. The regenerative effects observed following live cell therapy are most likely due to the cell signaling factors and molecules in the fetal precursor stem cell xenotransplants acting of the corresponding cell membranes of the patient – hence regulating and reprogramming cell functions at an epigenetic level.

Ultrafiltrates, which contain peptides, are “biological building blocks” that serve primarily as substitutes at the molecular level. In addition, they also facilitate regeneration and repair processes where needed.

How do patients benefit from Cell Therapy?

The benefits of cell therapy are innumerable for revitalizing and strengthening the body’s immune and defense mechanisms. Damaged organs and cells can benefit from the regenerative healing process that is stimulated by the treatment.

Below are some of the most desired effects noticed by many patients.

1. Activating children physical & mental development

  • Treatment for genetic and growth disorders.
  • Promote physical and cognitive development.

2. Male vitality

  • Improved energy level.
  • Better sexual vitality and performance.
  • Increased sperm vitality.
  • Reduced risks of prostate disorders.
  • Better weight management.

3. Female aesthetic wellness

  • Regulated endocrine levels, which means a healthier hormone balance.
  • Enhanced skin elasticity, skin radiance, and reduced wrinkles.
  • Accelerated postpartum recovery.
  • Improved menopause symptoms.
  • A delay in the onset of menopause.

4. Anti-aging

  • Less depression and insomnia.
  • Better vitality.
  • Reduced memory loss.

5. Disease management

Cell therapy has been proven to work in improving the conditions of patients with the following diseases:

  • Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Parkinson’s disease.
  • Stroke and hemiplegia.
  • Diabetes.
  • Arthritis, joint condition and pain management.
  • Digestive disorders.
  • Heart and circulatory issues.
  • Degenerative diseases.
  • Immune deficiencies.
  • Neurological disorders.
  • Autism and ADHS.
  • Skin diseases.
  • Impotence and Infertility.
  • Alternative cancer therapy and rehabilitation.

Testimonial Video

Source: EW Villa Medica

Where can I get high-quality Cell Therapy?

If you are looking for cell therapy – either for anti-aging or therapeutic purposes – GO.CARE is there to help you. We co-operate with several premium clinics and hospitals in Asia, many of whom have extensive experience in treating patients with cell therapies.

Special mention goes to EW Villa Medica (EWVM). EWVM is the only clinic in Germany that operates under a legal ‘License to practice Live Cell Therapy’. Up to now, Villa Medica is one of the leading regenerative medicine clinics and market leaders in cell treatment.

The clinics’ headquarter is located amidst the beautiful peaceful surroundings of Edenkoben, 1.5 hours outside Frankfurt city in Germany. In addition, Villa Medica also has established a 5-star clinic in Bangkok, Thailand. The cell therapy provided by EWVM involves multiple cell injections, in combination with pre-treatment detox and oxygen therapy for maximum effectiveness.

EW Villa Medica

EW Villa Medica’s facilities

Contact GO.CARE to get more information about cell therapy. One of GO.CARE’s health consultants will get back to you with every information you need about the treatment. When you have decided to perform the treatment, we will provide you with as much assistance as possible – so that you can pay a medical trip to the hospital and return safely.

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EW Villa Medica Cell Therapy Info Guide. Printed version.

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