Stem Cells and

Regenerative Medicine

Highly specialized regenerative medicine, in collaboration with biotechnology laboratories, which aims to regenerate organs, normalize and stabilize the immune system, prevent aging and help with cancer.

Stem Cells
Stem cells are a highly specialized and specific treatment for each organ. Organs release growth factors to enter or include stem cells and nutrients in their system.

Your condition improves when these growth factors are still released, which is why it is always best to administer the cells when there are still viable organs.

Stem cells can be applied in multiple diseases: autoimmune, allergic, cancer, including lymphoma and leukemia, degeneration of all organs (heart, kidney, liver, lungs, brain, pancreas, joints, eye, intestine, etc).
Natural Killer Cells
Specialized treatment to attack tumor cells. They help our immune system to be more aggressive against tumor cells and recover our bone marrow if it is suppressed by malnutrition or chemotherapy.
Bioidentical Hormones
It has the difference to conventional hormones, in that they do not use preservatives, are of plant origin and do not use vehicles (means of transport for synthetic ones) in addition to the fact that the doses or formulations can be individualized, according to necessary requirements.
What are they for?
Bioidentical hormone therapy is used to relieve menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes. They claim that such therapy includes weight loss, preventing "Alzheimer's" disease and breast cancer, and controlling the aging process.

It improves sexual libido, improves bone and muscle density, reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases and prevents premature physical and mental aging, avoiding diseases such as dementia and premature appearance of Alzheimer's.
Platelet Growth Factors
They are proteins produced naturally by various cells and where they are found in greater concentration is within the alpha granules of platelets. Their function is to achieve tissue repair and recover its function by stimulating the patient's own cells.
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