Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes

The popularity of utilizing Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes is rapidly gaining international attention. Globally, there are over 450 million people suffering from the disease. Of which over 90% of the cases of Type 2 Diabetes with the remainder being Type 1 Diabetes cases.

Type 2 Diabetes occurs when the body develops a resistance to insulin which is created by the pancreas. Insulin is vitally important to process glucose from food into your cells so that it can be used for energy so when the body fails to make enough, or if the body doesn’t use its insulin effectively then serious health problems can arise.

Until only recently the progressive loss of the beta-cells of the pancreas which leads to this metabolic disorder was considered permanent. This is no longer the case thanks to the incredible ability of Embryonic Stem Cells to stop Auto-Immune disorders and at the same time trigger repair within all organs of the body. It is now possible with Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes to reverse the condition and restore pancreatic functions.

What are Types 1 and 2 Diabetes?

Type 1 Diabetes

Rarer than Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 occurs when the body does not make insulin at all, here an individual’s immune system self-sabotages by attacking the cells in your pancreas that are responsible for making insulin. Type 1 Diabetes is normally diagnosed during childhood or in young adults, however, it can also appear at any stage of life. Those who suffer from Type 1 Diabetes are required to administer themselves with insulin each and every day in order to survive.

Type 2 Diabetes

If you suffer from Type 2 Diabetes then your body is struggling to produce insulin effectively. Type 2 Diabetes can develop at any age from childhood right through to old age and it is most common in those of us aged over 50 and is more likely to occur with people who are overweight. As mentioned previously, Type 2 Diabetes is the most common form of this disease.

The most serious health problems that diabetes sufferers experience is an increased risk of:

  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Kidney disease
  • Damage to the nerves
  • Eyesight issues
  • Dental disease

What is Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes ?

Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes are able to effectively encourage the pancreas to create Beta Cells following the introduction of new Stem Cells into patients suffering from this disease. The patient receives the positive results due to the creation of healthy insulin within the damaged pancreas ensuring glucose is successfully turned into energy.

The unique ability for Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes to stop Auto-Immune disorders and trigger repair is very exciting. Now, it is possible to reverse the condition and restore all pancreatic functions thus improving a patient’s quality of life substantially.

Diabetes Patients that attended our Nicosia clinic further benefit thanks to our close collaboration with our other Cyprus based clinics, the Poseidonia Medical Center in Larnaca and the Hyperbaric Medical Centre in Nicosia. Here, our teams call upon more than 25 years countering the effects of Diabetes through HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) and many other therapies to provide further positive benefits.

Reach out to our customer service team for a consultation to further understand how to improve, heal or cure your diabetes with us today!

Stem Cell Research into Diabetes

In addition, external Stem Cell Research into Diabetes is extremely encouraging and supportive of the Embryonic Stem Cell method. As recently as 2019, there has been positive research findings relating to the positive benefit of Stem Cell Research into Diabetes.

Testimonials

I had Stem Cell Treatment in Cyprus and my treatments were great. I don’t use my insulin injector anymore, I still use tablets once or sometimes twice a day. My HbA1c was 9.9 before stem cell and now it recorded 6.7 I have more energy and I feel confident ln life!  Korragos from Macedonia (Diabetes Protocol)

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