Gradually over time, the benefits of receiving Stem Cell Therapy for COPD patients is being realised. COPD is a type of lung disease ranging in severity from mild to serious. The common characteristic of the disease relates to difficulty breathing. Stem Cell Therapy for COPD treatment focus largely on reducing inflammation in the lungs and freeing up the airways.
COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It is used to describe several conditions, most notably Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema. These two conditions vary significantly. Emphysema occurs as a result of enlargement and damage to the air sacs within the lungs which can result in continued breathlessness. While chronic bronchitis occurs due to damage to the airways leading to difficulty breathing and frequent coughing. In both cases, a history of smoking is largely the leading cause but there are other reasons also. Exposure to air pollution, dust, and fumes over a sustained period of time can also lead to the development of the disease.
Sufferers of COPD experience inflammation in the airways and lung damage. The result is a narrowed airway that makes it extremely difficult to both exhale and inhale. As you could imagine, this makes it hard for sufferers of COPD to experience life to full effect.
Increasingly, Stem Cell Treatment for COPD represents an exciting opportunity for sufferers of this debilitating disease. Over the past decade, Stemaid Institute Europe have offered Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment for COPD to those suffering from chronic inflammatory diseases.
Stem Cells have unique properties such as immunomodulatory, proangiogenic and antifibrotic that effectively helps to inhibit inflammation, fibrosis and promote regeneration of damaged tissue.
It is important to note that the Embryonic Stem Cells used in Stem Cell Treatment for COPD are non-immunogenic and therefore can be transplanted without conditioning and without immunosuppressive prophylaxis. By introducing Embryonic Stem Cells into the damaged tissue, the potential to alleviate suffering and provide reparation to the affected area is greatly enhanced.
While Stem Cell Treatment for COPD does not provide a cure for the disease, the positive effects in reducing the pain and discomfort experienced by sufferers can prevent further damage while also drastically improving the patient’s quality of life.
Stemaid Institute offers COPD Stem Cell Treatment patients the opportunity to greatly enhance their quality of life. COPD Stem Cell Treatment with Stemaid Europe are performed by qualified, experienced and friendly staff who have the health & welfare of the patient at heart. Our extensive treatment is performed at our State of the Art Nicosia Clinic in Cyprus.
The cost of Stem Cell Treatment for COPD is dependent on a number of factors. These factors include the length of treatment, the amount of Stem Cells administered as well as external factors such as whether flights are required, hotel costs, food and travel.
For a better understanding of the therapy offered and the costs involved for your specific Stem Cell Treatment for COPD case, please contact a member of our support team today!
Stem Cell Research for COPD is incredibly encouraging for those investigating treatment options. A pilot study into the effectiveness of Stem Cell Therapy for COPD produced results that suggest 82% of patients suffering from the disease experienced improvements to their quality of life following treatment. While further research is still being conducted into the effectiveness of treatment, it is evident that early results are extremely encouraging.:
Our most recent pulmonary fibrosis patient had been diagnosed with a progressive form of the disease over one year ago. Here is his progress report after having received 10 Stemaid Embryonic Stem Cell injections:
"Feeling fantastic. Arthritic pain in my neck and back has cleared up completely. I am looking younger. One lady thought my younger brother was my father LOL. The scar tissue (Dupuytren’s contracture) on my hand is clearing up, so … I know the scar tissue in my lungs is being repaired in the same way. Cough is gone. Atrial premature beats are gone. I used to have about 1 or 2 every minute… now none. His oxygenation capacity started to improve following his third injection. The Dupuytren’s contracture is linked to the same fibrosis condition and can also be reversed with embryonic stem cell therapy."
I had the Stem Cell Treatment for my COPD. My oxygen use at home has decreased and this is the first winter in 4 years I haven’t needed to call an ambulance for my breathing I even made travel plans to visit my older sister in Perth Australia this year I feel that much better - Charlie from Shropshire, UK (COPD Protocol)