Immune Booster Therapy Malaysiawe now have a way to fight these cells by inducing human stem cells to fight off these damaged cells and restore bodily functions and organs damaged by such tumor cells.
Dr Rajbans Singh – Physician and Healthy Aging Specialist (Malaysia)
“In the case of cell regeneration, it is excellent for arthritis, Parkinson’s Disease and other degeneration disease.”
Our immune system is the first line defense against pathogens, infections and daily stressors our body endures. It is supposed to protect us from threats, however there are malignant and damaged cells being produced daily we must fight off. When our ability to fight off these damaging cells is less than the rate of its growth, we develop disease and cancers. We are all born with an innate immune system. Our immune cells have special receptors known as T cells and natural killer cells, to recognize damaged or malignant cells for attack. However not everyone is born with a great amount of viable immune cells. This is when alternative therapy is needed to preserve the function and health of humans. Cancer and immunocompromised patients are taking several chemical drugs today, but they can only help so far and is not a regenerative or curable fix. With the innovation and research going into stem cells, we now have a way to fight these cells by inducing human stem cells to fight off these damaged cells and restore bodily functions and organs damaged by such tumor cells. This is known as immune booster therapy.
Stem cells help regenerate a renewable source of immune cells that can fight off tumors and regenerate organs. When stem cells are added to a patient’s blood stream they target immune cells to help grow and generate a stronger defense system that is better at detecting malignancies. Though this is promising there are several challenges that can occur in how to approach generating these cells. Let’s first look at where these cells are driven.
Stem cells for immune system booster therapy come generally from adult stem cells that are divided into hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). HSCs are derived from umbilical cord blood, bone marrow and peripheral blood. MScs can be found from Wharton’s jelly in the umbilical cord, bone marrow and fat tissue as well as tooth pulp. MSCs are best used for regenerating into any organ or cell while HSCS is great for regenerating blood cells, which is used for immunotherapy. These cells are collected from umbilical cord in the following process. Children now have the option of preserving their own umbilical cord, though it must become pricey or donate stem cells. Patients who do not have their own umbilical cord cells must use a donor. The cells are collected from a sample collection from an umbilical cord and washed, cut and cryopreserved (frozen) in a vapor phased liquid nitrogen tank under -190 Celsius. When ready, the cord is then cultured for stem cells and harvested for donation. The cells are generated via a state of the art laboratory for processing and several certified facilities exist in Malaysia. They are certified by the CGMP & NPCB. Stem cells can also be aspirated from the bone marrow. Patients who are donating typically receive evaluation of their blood initially for any infections or antigens that can cause adverse reactions in a host’s blood. If approved the donor undergoes aspiration of bone marrow from their pelvis or femur usually. This is a mildly painful process and done under anesthesia. The host or receiver receives the stem cells via intravenous infusion and is a painless process. The patient may feel some tiredness or nausea but this subsides. The patient is followed up and blood is evaluated to make sure immune cells and blood counts are increasing post treatment. If successful the patient is able to have a regenerative and stronger immune system to fight off infections, tumors and diseases to come as any other normal patient with a functioning immune system.