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Trouble Breathing? Consider Stem Cell Therapy

Do you have trouble getting a decent lungful of air? Has your doctor told you that your years of smoking have finally caught up to you? If you’ve been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, emphysema or any other form of lung disease or damage you don’t have to go through life gasping for breath. Today’s technology and treatments offer hope, especially those utilizing alternative or new-age medical technologies.

Stem cell technologies have proven effective in regenerating damaged or destroyed cells and tissues in the human body. New scientific technology has discovered unique multipotent stem cells found within the placenta. Such cells found within placental tissues have been shown to treat such diseases as, among many others: Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, auto-immune disorders, stroke, lupus, COPD, muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy.

One technique utilized with great success is to implant placenta stem cells into the individual diagnosed with a chronic condition, even COPD, emphysema, severe asthma and other lung diseases or illnesses. The process was devised by Dr. Omar Gonzalez of the Integra Medical Center in Mexico.

For those who might find the use of stem cells to be a debatable issue, many ethicists and physicians agree that placental stem cell therapies are ethical since the newborn baby no longer needs it, and it is traditionally discarded after birth. Stem cells offer a renewable source of new cells for the body to replace and treat many medical issues

You don’t have to struggle for breath for the rest of your life. Combining traditional and complementary forms of medical care offers wider treatment opportunities, effective care, and positive results for many.

Categories:   Anti Aging Abroad, Cancer Treatment Abroad, Chronic Disease Treatment, Medical Tourism, Mexico Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy

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