Safety of Regenerative Stem Cell Biotherapy?

World scientific and clinical studies have proven the effectiveness and safety of Multipotent Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MMSCs)

MMSCs are matured, so they cannot divide and multiply, so they cannot be transformed into tumors, and are oncologically safe.

Also, this cell type is immune-privileged: there is no special protein on its surface (a class II molecule of the major histocompatibility complex). Therefore, Stem Cells are not recognized by the body’s immune system and can easily penetrate the site of damage to tissues and organs without the risk of rejection or adverse reactions from their introduction.

After the Stem Cell treatment procedure, an increase in temperature is possible as a feature of the procedure. The temperature reaction rarely occurs (0.5-1% of cases) and occurs because of an individual reaction to introducing more Stem Cells, compared to what is present in the body. Usually does not require special treatment and resolves on its own.

With intrathecal administration (into the spinal space), the pressure of the cerebrospinal fluid may slightly increase. This may manifest as a slight headache, which does not require special treatment and disappears on its own within a few hours.

After the introduction of Stem Cells, the patient is usually observed in the clinic for 1-2 days, and after a final examination by specialists, the patient can go home.

The first noticeable effects of Stem Cell treatment can be noted by patients from the 3rd week. They are progressively strengthened and fixed for another 6 months after the procedure. However, many of our patients say that the effect of improving the overall condition and a surge of energy occurs almost on the 2nd day after the procedure.

We warn that the effectiveness of Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy depends on many factors (the patient’s age, concomitant diseases and complications, individual characteristics of the body, genetic predisposition, lifestyle, etc.), so the expected result of treatment may differ from the actual result. In addition, we draw attention to the fact that the recovery of patients after Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy should be implemented as part of a comprehensive approach to treatment after regenerative cell therapy. Stem Cell Therapy can be combined with other therapeutic methods. This increases the effectiveness of the main therapy. Therefore, we recommend that you continue the rehabilitation and follow all your doctor’s recommendations for drug treatment of the disease in parallel with Stem Cell Therapy. This is a crucial point for achieving a sustainable result.