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Acute respiratory distress syndrome and how to treat with Stem Cells

The COVID-19 was first reported on December 31st, 2019, by Chinese authorities to the WHO. (World Health Organization) Since then, there has been a strict follow up of this novel virus by international bodies as it began to be detected in other countries besides China, such as other Asian countries and Europe as well, now found all over the world and declared a pandemic by the WHO[1]. In the beginning, international officials didn't realize the ability of the virus to spread so quickly; frankly, no one knew much about it. The way it spread and the implications to the human body and its response to the virus, and realizing there were no medications or vaccines available for COVID-19. As of today, there are 826,222 cases throughout the world, with 174,115 recoveries and 40,708 deaths. (Live feed map)

Phenomenal results of IV Stem Cell Therapy on Chronic Lung Disease

Chronic lung diseases are significant causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Asthma, chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD), idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), and occupational diseases, including silicosis, affect millions of people around the world.

WJ-MSCs and COVID-19, what to expect?

This year, humankind and science have been pushed and tested with the rise of COVID-19. Moreover, in times of fear and uncertainty is when we must stay calm and rely on what we know to get over the situation, and that is when science gets an urgent call to get into the game.

Warning: FTC issues “unsubstantiated” warning letters about ...

I agree with regulatory oversight, but shouldn’t government agencies like the FTC prove the merits of their claims before publishing their accusations?

List of 50 Athletes That Have Received Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapies have been helping athletes recover from injuries more quickly for the past decade or so. According to Sports Illustrated, more thousands of athletes have received stem cell therapy. That number is only increasing as the years have gone on. We went out and found the top athletes who received stem cell therapy in order to recover from injuries or take their game to the next level. Do you recognize any of the names?

What Happened to Michael Schumacher? Stem Cells and His Recovery

Although Formula 1 racing is one of the most popular motorsports anywhere in the world, there are still many people who are generally unfamiliar with the venture. Formula 1 is the highest class of racing there is. They race in single seat cars that are made specifically for maintaining maximum speed even when turning. Taking turns at 230 mph can be incredibly dangerous and the sport has its drawbacks, but it is still very popular, especially in Europe, where a majority of its races take place.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Legal in Mexico?

Mexico is the United States’ neighbor to the south and the two countries have a generally positive relationship. While that relationship can certainly be strained at times, Mexico and the US have spent decades trying to work together for the betterment of their continent and their citizens. Mexico is a very large country with well over 100 million patients and many large cities with robust and bustling economies to support the patients.

Stem Cell IV Infusion: What to Expect and the Benefits

Stem cell IV rejuvenation, also known as stem cell infusion, can have a number of positive effects on the body. A stem cell IV is a form of stem cell therapy that utilizes intravenous methods in order to deliver stem cells directly to the body, but also allow for the stem cells to be spread out throughout the process. Your entire body will be regenerated with fresh stem cells.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Legal in Panama?

Medical tourism is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the world. Patients who are frustrated with the exorbitant costs of the United States healthcare system have begun to look to other countries for their healthcare. They are also frustrated with the lack of results of conventional medicine. Thankfully, medical tourism plus a new form of medical treatment is giving new hope to patients.