Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes
What are Stem Cells?
Stem cells can be viewed as master cells that can give rise to all types of cells in the body. Generally, stem cells are classified as: unipotent, multipotent or pluripotent according to their potential to differentiate.
Stem cells have two important properties:
・Capable of giving rise to all types of cells ・Capable of self-renewing and regeneration
In some special cases, people with Diabetes will result to their own immune system attacking the insulin-producing cells in their pancreas. Overtime, this will affect the entire body’s ability to create insulin (Type 1 Diabetes) or the more common type is when the body is insulin resistant (Type 2 Diabetes).
Eye deterioration is a common cause of diabetes, usually known as diabetic retinopathy. High blood sugar can damage the tiny (microvascular) blood vessels in the retina which can cause blood vessels in the retina to leak fluid and distort vision.
Umbilical Cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSC)
Umbilical Cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) is the youngest and most primitive source of MSCs that can be obtained from a human body. It has the ability to travel into bone, heart muscle, nerve, liver cells, kidney cells, cartilage cells, insulin-producing cells, blood vessels, etc… and has been used to repair the damaged organs.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) therapy for diabetes will not only help to reduce inflammation and alleviate eye deterioration. It will also improve vision and overall organ functions significantly.
UHG Medi-Care Stem Cell Therapy
1. We use only ethically sourced MSC:
a. Harvested from the umbilical cords of new-borns with the consent of parents.
b. Harvested from donor’s or your own bone marrow, blood, tooth, or fat.
c. Imported GMP certified MSC.
2. We conduct legitimate stem cell researches, clinical trials and registry.
3. You are able to seek professional advice from a stem cell specialist before considering any further action.
4. Helpful for individuals with medical conditions such as:
a. Cardiovascular disease
b. Liver disease
e. Renal disease
f. Autoimmune conditions
UHG Medi-Care Stem Cell Therapy
1. Initial examination - UPC Medical Concierge will collect all medical reports from patient and send to medical centre for first assessment.
2. Fly to Malaysia for treatment - A minimum total of 4 days will be required for the entire procedure. Treatment process will follow the detailed itinerary:
Morning flight to Malaysia
Arrive in Malaysia. Check-in at the hotel followed by Stem Cell Treatment Centre visit
Register at the reception. Patient will receive first consultation session with our stem cell specialist
Our specialist will run a detailed body check-up (comprehensive blood-test, InBody composition, lung function test) on patient
3. Post Treatment - Based on the feedback from our past clients, they generally experience improvements after 3-6months post-infusion. However, the outcome for MSC therapy varies from one individual to another, this is because of other several factors involved such as, client's age, lifestyle and prevailing health conditions.
・ Consultation by the Specialist
・ 100mil MSC cell therapy (by IV Infusion)
・ Anti-oxidants infusion
・ 2x Comprehensive Blood Test (Pre & Post Treatment)
・ In-Body Composition & Lung Function Test (Physical examination)
・ Bed Daycare Ward in medical centre luxury suite (Meals included)
・ 1 x Follow-up services and assessments by specialist few months after treatment
・ Cathay Pacific Economy Class Return Tickets
・ Transportation throughout the treatment
・ Luxury hotel in city centre
・ Accompanied by UPC Medical Concierge
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