If you have a lung disease you will find that it affects every part of your life. It can literally take your breath away. When it comes to treating such an illness, nothing less than the best will do. Traditional treatments are one option. Traditional treatments, however, carry high risks of side effects and cannot cure the illness. At best, it will treat and relieve you of the symptoms but doesn’t treat the condition that causes them in the first place. Fortunately, modern day science and innovative treatment centers such as the Lung Institute have the capability of treating these conditions in a more efficient and effective manner.
According to lifestylesafter50.com, stem cell therapy has a high success rate due to its nature. Stem cells are cells that have yet to form into a specific tissue or organ. In other words, if you place stem cells in a certain area of the body, it will replicate those tissues characteristics. The same thing happens if you put stem cells into the lungs of those with a lung disease such as COPD or emphysema. The damaged tissues will be replaced and the cells replicate the surrounding healthy cells.
A collection of stem cells can be performed in two ways, bone marrow and blood venous. Blood venous is the preferred method as it is less painful. Sometimes it may be necessary to use bone marrow instead. An individual with extensive damage to their lungs will require a larger amount of stem cells. Bone marrow has a higher ratio of stem cells than what could be collected through blood venous. Using the stem cells of the same person that’s being treated reduces the negative side effects such a rejection of the stem cells significantly. Regardless of the method to collect stem cells, it will take a total of about three days with optimal results.
The Lung Institute has treatment centers through the United States which you can find here. If you’ve just been diagnosed or have known for years, it’s possible you qualify for treatment through The Lung Institute. To find out if your condition is something that can be treated with this particular facility, read more at https://lunginstitute.com/lung-diseases/. Consultation with the Lung Institute are free but will require a referral letter from your treating physician. Contact us: https://www.facebook.com/LungInstitute/
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