I am from China, 38 years old. When I came to the Infinity Clinic, I had high level of blood sugar because of the diabetes type 2. My blood sugar was 13,2, C-peptide – 7,21, ALT – 34. Also I had some problems with liver that is common for those who are suffering from diabetes type 2. I decided to...Read more
Stem Cells in Diabetes
Diabetes Mellitus is a persistent and perpetual metabolism disorder. It is characterized by high blood glucose level that results in the inability to produce and/or use insulin.
To get perfect control of blood glucose, insulin injections will never be quite good enough. The beta cells of the pancreas are specialized to secrete exactly the correct amount of insulin depending on the level of glucose they detect in the blood.
The ability of fetal stem cells to self-renew and give rise to subsequent generations with variable degrees of differentiation capacities, offers significant potential for generation of tissues that can potentially replace diseases and damaged areas in the body, with minimal risk of rejection and side effects.
Multiple researches have provided evidence that human fetal stem cells can develop into cells that can and do produce insulin. These cells proliferate (continue to replicate) and differentiate (specialize) into functioning islet tissue.
The major objective of stem cell treatment for diabetes is to protect the remaining cells and replenish sufficient ß cells. It also implies the replacement of diseased or lost cells from progeny of pluripotent cells. For the treatment of Diabetes we are using unique patented method that was developed in joint effort of the scientists and doctors of Infinity Clinic.
Our Results in Diabetes
Infinity Clinic offers advanced and highly effective fetal progenitor stem cell thereapy for both types 1 and 2 diabetes and prevention/maintenance of diabetes-related complications.
In combination with routine therapy, in type 1 diabetes, fetal progenitor stem cells are intended to:
- partially restore the pancreas (with fetal pancreatic progenitor stem cells)
- terminate auto-aggression against β-cells
- prevent further destruction of remaining β-cells, restore them and their functional capacity (own insulin production)
- prevent diabetes-associated complications (cardiac, neurologic, eye, kidney issues etc.)
- improve insulin-dependent tissue condition
- restore endothelial cells of blood vessels damaged by glycosylated hemoglobin
In type 2 diabetes, fetal progenitor stem cells are intended to:
- restore tissue sensitivity to insulin
- improve glucose metabolism
- decrease glucose and pathologic lipids production by liver cells
- strengthen artery walls for the prevention of atherosclerosis and related complications
After stem cells have been administered into someone’s body they have to make their way to the correct place (e.g. area of damage) and then have their desired effect. Stem cells attach themselves to the tissues of the damaged pancreas and then transform into more active cells.
This process takes time, from several weeks to several months, to see the full desired effect.
Over the years, our patients report the following improvements:
- better glycemic control (significant and lasting decrease of both fasting and post-prandial blood sugar)
- up to 50% gradual decrease in insulin requirement/reduction of oral hypoglycemic medicines dose
- significant and lasting increase of C-peptide, which means insulin production improvement
- significant and lasting decrease of glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1C) proving better diabetes management
- formation of the new arteries and strengthening of the existing ones, which ensures better circulation
- higher hemoglobin and red blood count
- relief of chronic diabetes-associated such as diabetic retinopathy, diabetic nephropathy, diabetic macrovascular pathological changes, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, and diabetic autonomic neuropathy
- healing of trophic ulcers and foot tissue defects
- higher energy level and exercise power
- sexual capacity increase
- powerful immune boosting
- improved life quality
Effects in Diabetes-Associated Complications
In diabetic retinopathy, stem cell therapy helps to restore the damaged eye retina, while new blood vessels developing as a result of it improve blood supply to the eyes, which helps to improve and save eyesight.
Powerful immune boosting makes body less susceptible to all kinds of infections, which helps to stop soft tissue deterioration in case of diabetic angiopathy.
Fetal progenitor stem cells are also effective in diabetes-associated encephalopathy, kidney disease, and other complications.
Infinity Clinic offers unique organ-specific fetal progenitor stem cell therapy targeting the cause of the disease, not just the symptoms. The main advantage of our method is absence of any risks or side effects.
Current studies and our experience indicate cumulative effect from multiple stem cell therapies, therefore treatment should be repeated. In general, top-up timing depends on severity of the case. We offer long-term follow-up and will recommend the best time to repeat the course.
Optimal results presuppose combination of fetal progenitor stem cell therapy with routine treatment, giving up bad habits, keeping the diet, and regular exercising.
How to apply for treatment
We wish to offer you the best possible treatment, therefore we need to study the case thoroughly and kindly ask you to fill the short form that we will send you and e-mail medical records available to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to welcoming you for treatment and help you in the best possible way.
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