Cell Regenerative Therapy MalaysiaIt is a modern medicine marvel then has to potential to heal and help reverse the process of aging and damaged tissue.
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.”
Cell regenerative therapy is a modern medicine marvel then has to potential to heal and help reverse the process of aging and damaged tissue. Though this process has been performed via organ transplant and and bone marrow transplant for years, medical advances has made this more accessible and geared towards diseases not just related to cancers. There are three types of treatments in cell regenerative medicine, therapy, immune booster therapy and knee regenerative therapy. The goals of cell regenerative therapy is rejuvenation, replacement and regeneration. This is achieved through stem cells which can be differentiated into several forms of cells in the body opening new advances to medicine’s clinical approach.
The three premises of cell regenerative therapy can be explained by the following. Rejuvenation is the body’s ability to regrow and remodel itself after dysfunctions or injuries. Most major organs in the body don’t regenerate or repair easily or ever such as the lungs, cardiac system or nerves, however with cell regenerative therapy, these organs are found to be able to heal itself and enhance this mechanism which such therapy, though it is still in the world. Regeneration is the ability of injured tissue or organs to restore itself and is brought out by delivery of cell differentiation and growth factors. Cell regenerative therapy helps induce and deliver these regenerating cells to restore already damaged tissues and organs, their functions and processes. Replacement is better seen in transplants as health tissues, cells or organs are transplanted into the patient’s body to replace malfunctioning or damaged ones. The biggest challenge in replacement is whether the body will reject or accept the transplant which can cause discomfort to death in the patient.
In Malaysia, people suffer from debilitating diseases from damaged immune systems. A person died every hour of heart attacks, while ⅓ of individuals are diagnosed with cancer. In addition, up to 5 people an hour suffer from strokes. How can we prevent this? We must work on modifying our lifestyles but also practicing medicine that can aid in direct repairing of biological functions and damaged organs as well as older cells. This is achieved through cell regenerative therapy. In addition, many people are using such therapy for cosmetic and longevity purposes to feel and look younger. When one’s immune system is boosted, they may live longer which is the goal of many today.
How the procedure is performed is through carefully curates steps to ensure a proper transfer. Patients are matched with a donor or if they had preserved their own stem cells, use their own. The blood and patient is checked for hormones, blood parameters, cancer markers and antigens that are not existent or removed to avoid rejection. Rejection is the most complicated fear and pre and post evaluation is a must. Once the blood with regenerative therapy is collected, immune cells are infused after 2 weeks and cultured, on day 45, stem cells are then infused to the blood of the patient. After 180 days the patient is followed up in addition to his constant monitoring to ensure it is fully accepted. The blood is transferred intravenously. Uses for this therapy is either for therapeutic approaches for certain diseases, to kill pathogens damaging the body, homing to injured cells and repair and regenerate damaged tissues. The process shouldn’t be painful but feelings of fatigue and weakness may ensue. The patient if successful should be able to rest and carry out daily activities of living in the following months and should be monitored for progress.
Cell regenerative therapy is an amazing advancement that has the ability to improve and cure diseases, repair and regenerate organs and provide an overall longer and healthier life. Those with degenerative diseases such as arthritis, Parkinson’s, cancers and weakened organs may benefit immensely. Though it is still relatively new, scientists and doctors are working hard to make it something accessible to all patients in the present and future.