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Thousands of people are turning to regenerative medicine for solutions to their conditions and problems, and many of them are getting answers from local stem cell seminars.

Our next seminar is on the 22nd at 7pm but we have future dates and locations available so if you can not make our next seminar give us a call or use the locator below for stemcell seminars near you.

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If you can’t make the seminars – Stem Cells 101

Here are the answers rapid fire to the top questions asked at the seminars.

What are Mesenchymal stem cells?

Mesenchymal stem cells, or MSCs, are multipotent stromal cells that can differentiate into a variety of cell types, including osteoblasts (bone cells), chondrocytes (cartilage cells), myocytes (muscle cells) and adipocytes (fat cells).

Why do you use the stem cells you use?

  • Amniotic fluid can be used to increase the volume of lubricating and shock absorbing fluid which has been significantly reduced by the disease process in joints
  • Prevents the formation of new adhesions after closed manipulation of joints
  • Induces immune tolerance and aids wound healing
  • Amniotic fluid has cosmetic applications, specifically as an anti-wrinkle agent
  • Amniotic fluid has naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agents, such as cytokines, and contains hyaluronic acid and factors that reduce scarring
  • An allograft is tissue that is surgically transplanted or injected from one person to another.

    Does amniotic fluid contain stem cells?

    What is amniotic allograft suspension?

    What is the amniotic membrane?

    What is amniotic allograft membrane?

    Why are human cell and tissue products from cord tissue more effective?


    Why do cord products work better for stem cells?

    Cord tissue mesenchymal stem cells have a faster doubling time than adult mesenchymal stem cells (because they are younger and contain a higher concentration of growth factors)The fitness of adult mesenchymal stem cells declines with age.  Thus, cord tissue mesenchymal stem cells will have greater fitness than adult mesenchymal stem cells (as well as a different profile of growth factors)

    What is MSC?

    The majority of the effects of MSCs is from trophic effects (exosomes/microvesicles releasing their 3000 growth factors), not from engraftment.


How is the cell count validated?

Millions of cells were reported by the Countess II FL automated cell counter. The Trypan Blue Dye exclusion test can and does show scaffolding in the overall cell count.

How are cells tracked?

Each vial has a Tissue ID and lot number on the packaging that can be traced back to the donor. We do not do cell expansion with our product so there is a finite number of vials produced from every donor. Including CD34+ ,CD14+, CD19+ and Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cells.


Stem Cell Whitepaper, Publications, and Studies

UC Irvine is currently working on an expansive report that we will publish later this year when it is complete, but we believe it will be the first of its kind in the sector.

Stem Cell Testimonials

“My eye doctor lowered my prescription after my IV Stem Cell treatment? I also have more energy and I believe my memory is getting better! – Jeff Cline

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