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  • Wednesday,April 22nd, 2015

    by Mels Cy

    Types of stem cells


    The stem cells, once transplanted into the patient’s body, have to integrate and differentiate in order to create (‘give birth’) to new, healthy cells, depending on the area in which they have been added. For example, in the case of neurological diseases treated with stem cells, they will have to differentiate into specific types of neurons and, furthermore, once implanted, they will have to know with which types of neurons to connect.

    Stem cell clinics worldwide are focused on researching, being up to date and applying the latest therapies for a wide range of diseases. The new and improved technology used makes the treatment process easier and more facile.

    Stem Cell Clinics:

    • Offer flawless medical services
    • Are fully equipped
    • Use the latest, up-to-date technology
    • Have a friendly, attentive staff
    • Have highly trained, internationally recognized doctors
    • Use customized treatment plans for each patient


      Stem Cell Clinics You Can Visit:


    Stem Cell Therapy is still an experimental treatment. Any information related to stem cell therapy provided in this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace a consultation with a licensed physician nor be construed as medical advice or any emergency health need you may be expecting.

     Source: http://www.placidway.com/answer-detail/1631/Which-Are-the-Best-Clinics-for-Stem-Cell-Therapy?-/

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    Wednesday,November 27th, 2013

    by Ana Savin

    Stem Cell Therapy Can Help Your Autistic Child

    As parents, we want the best for our children, as they are our life. We want them to be happy, healthy and we offer them everything they want. If we see them suffering we do everything we can to help them and make them healthy again.  This is what being a parent means.

    Unfortunately, there are times when no matter what we do it is not enough to help our children. I am talking about Autism and the need to turn to a specialist and get the help we need.


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    Posted in chronic disease treatment, Health Tourism, Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy | 4 Comments »

    Monday,July 1st, 2013

    by Sharjeel Awan

    Canadian Medical Tourism – A Canada Day Special

    Today being Canada Day, it is a great opportunity to take a look at the health travel reasons that Canadians have, reasons that differ not so much from their neighbors’ – the US. As different as they are, the healthcare systems in the USA and Canada both need to work on transparency issues.

    Medical tourism is on many Canadians’ minds and they are taking action. (more…)

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    Posted in chronic disease treatment, Health Tourism, Living Cell Therapy, Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy | 1 Comment »

    Tuesday,June 4th, 2013

    by Sharjeel Awan

    6 Symptoms of Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer is a disease which doesn’t take into account age (it affects young women) nor sex (it affects men too). Everywhere in the world people are increasingly encouraged to seek and provide accurate information, as accurate and complete information about breast health encourage medical tests and investigations that could detect this disease in its early stages. (more…)

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    Posted in Cancer Treatment Abroad, Medical Tourism, Medical Tourism Turkey | 2 Comments »

    Friday,February 22nd, 2013

    by Sharjeel Awan

    The signs of liver disease:

    Well, the liver is a silent organ because it usually does not produce obvious symptoms when in distress. However, there are some pointers to make you think twice. Analyze these symptoms and see if your liver is healthy.  (more…)

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    Thursday,February 14th, 2013

    by Sharjeel Awan

    What are the medical tourism trends and key issues the medical tourism industry faces in 2013? How to handle them?

    The Medical Tourism Trends and Challenges for 2013  were explained in a recent article written by PlacidWay CEO Pramod Goel.

    The Medical Tourism industry is more and more competitive and all parties want to stay on top by getting a head start in the 2013 battle. The year has only begun and the consumers are having a hard time selecting among the best medical providers because mostly they have come to offer almost the same thing. So what are the medical tourism trends for 2013? (more…)

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    Monday,February 4th, 2013

    by Sharjeel Awan

    Cancer is a disease notorious for striking without symptoms, so today you can read about about it, on World Cancer Day and be aware of the cancer early signs often ignored that can be an alarm to see the doctor.

    In many cases, the cancer diagnosis is delayed because of missed or ignored cancer early signs. It is also the main reason for which the cancer gains time to spread to other parts of the body, making treatment more toxic and expensive. Delaying a visit to the doctor can lower even more a person’s chance to cure. (more…)

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    Posted in Cancer Treatment Abroad, chronic disease treatment, Health Tourism, Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy | No Comments »

    Wednesday,January 23rd, 2013
    Friday,December 21st, 2012

    by Sharjeel Awan

    Due to an unfortunate chain of events, my father’s tea alternative Cancer treatment did not work and he absolutely refused surgery. Had I known then that there were more alternative Cancer treatment methods I would still have him beside me.

    So cancer has been part of my life for a couple of years now and everything related seems to have an effect on me and on most people I know. My father being diagnosed with colon cancer and dying a half year later, made me aware of the importance of information and timing for all cancer patients and their families around the world.


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    Tuesday,November 13th, 2012

    by Denise

    Anti aging therapy – are you against it?

    Trying to regain one’s youth through anti aging medical procedures was and still is a controversial issue.

    Apparently people are okay with having their houses repainted or their cars tuned, but when it comes to doing the same to their body or face they are accused of vanity. It may have to do with a primordial fear or fatalistic approach, with the belief that nature has to follow its course no matter what. (more…)

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    Sunday,May 20th, 2012

    by Denise

    Did you know that stem cell technology might help stem the tide of diabetes? Increased numbers of individuals diagnosed with pre-diabetic conditions or full-blown diabetes are costing countries around the world billions of dollars in medical care. Today, stem cell technologies and research may help drastically reduce the numbers of people diagnosed with pre-diabetic conditions, as well as actually reversing the condition in thousands of others.

    In the field of stem cell research, stem cell treatment, inclduing transplants and treatments for those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes have shown positive results. These results include lower blood sugar levels, and for some, reversal of the diabetic process.

    Stem cell research facilities are located throughout the world in places like Ukraine, Great Britain, Germany, and Mexico. Stem cell research facilities in the United States and Asia have led medical research toward the development of treatments and technologies in stem cell therapy and stem cell transplantation to treat those with diabetes mellitus and Type 1 diabetes, known as juvenile diabetes.

    You must carefully monitor your diabetes. If you don’t, you can end up with kidney disease, eye disease (such as impaired vision and even blindness), and nerve damage. The damage caused to multiple organs and tissues in your body by long-term diabetes inadequately or improperly managed can cause cardiovascular problems, including stroke or heart attack.

    For more information on stem cell treatments for diabetics, visit PlacidWay.com, a leading medical resource and provider with connections to stem cell research facilities and providers around the world.

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    Friday,May 11th, 2012

    by Denise

    Tired of looking in the mirror and seeing what you see? Do you think your nose is too big, your wrinkles too deep, your jowls are sagging? Thousands of patients today are looking for minimally invasive procedures that can repair skin damage caused by aging. Multitudes of men and women benefit from noninvasive treatments that help them feel more confident. If you’re diagnosed with a skin condition or damage that causes sagging skin, wrinkles, or age spots, you have affordable options.

    Did you know that the latest stem cell treatments, human growth hormone or stem cell therapies and approaches and ongoing stem cell therapy research focused on anti-aging fields has created huge interest around the world? And with good reason. Technologies like stem cell gene therapy and adult stem cell therapy and even cord blood stem cell therapy, researchers and doctors around the world can now offer alternative treatments to surgery for cosmetic anti-aging purposes.

    If you’re not interested in stem cell therapy, consider fat transfer. Fat transfer medical procedures help to effectively ‘plump’ tissues and skin in areas that have lost elasticity and smoothness caused by general aging. Fat transfers remove fat from other areas of the body and inject them into areas in the face. This helps reduce or eliminate signs of sunken skin and loss of skin elasticity.

    Both fat transfer and micro fat transfer procedures are used in facial rejuvenation techniques during eyelid surgery and some facelifts.  The technique helps soften bony areas and reduces depth of lines and wrinkles.

    Explore your options for the latest in antiaging techniques and facilities abroad at PlacidWay.com, your leading medical provider and resource for medical travel abroad.



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    Saturday,November 26th, 2011

    by Denise

    So many people still think stem cell technology is a scam. They couldn’t be more mistaken. For many, the thought of traveling outside the U.S. for stem cell treatments is risky. However, people should know that many of the stem cell technologies, therapies and treatments being offered in Mexico, Europe, and Asia are the same methodologies currently under study in the U.S. The only problem is that in the U.S., clinical trials and resulting study of data by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) can take up to 10 years. Who has time to wait that long for possible stem cell treatments that can help improve vision, mobility or function? (more…)

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    Posted in chronic disease treatment, Health Tourism, India Medical Tourism, Medical Technology, Medical Tourism, Mexico Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy | 1 Comment »

    Tuesday,November 8th, 2011

    by Denise

    Do you know how a brain tumor develops? Scientists and researchers have learned that most brain tumors develop from cancerous stem cells that live in the brain’s blood vessels. Killing those cancerous stem cells without damaging the brain is the goal of stem cell experts and molecular biologists today.

    Treatments for multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases are the focus of many stem cell pioneers, researchers and facilities around the world. People should know that because stem cell technology is still new, long-term studies have not determined the efficacy of many stem cell treatments offered around the world. Yet, the results are promising.

    Stem cell corporations in the U.S. and around the world are conducting clinical trials and studies on dozens, if not hundreds, of stem cell therapies for spinal cord injury, MS, vision problems, cancer and paralysis, just to name a few. Scientists and doctors from globally respected stem cell research facilities and clinics from California to hospitals in Zurich, Switzerland, and locations in every continent, are charging full steam ahead on stem cell technologies that may offer real help to innumerable patients around the world in coming decades.

    Using combination therapy through traditional and stem cell therapies is still undergoing clinical trials in the United States.  Facilities abroad are making headway in treatment conditions ranging from retina pigmentosa to cerebral palsy to lung disease and arthritis. Some of the most common include:

    For information regarding stem cell research, visit PlacidWay.com, an international medical provider and resource for stem cell technologies, alternative medicine, and traditional therapies, surgeries and procedures abroad.


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    Posted in Cancer Treatment Abroad, chronic disease treatment, Health Tourism, India Medical Tourism, Medical Technology, Medical Tourism, Mexico Medical Tourism, South America Medical Tourism, Stem Cell Therapy | No Comments »

    Friday,November 4th, 2011

    by Denise

    South of the border continues to be one of the largest growing destinations for medical and dental travelers abroad, especially for Americans. Why spend thousands of dollars on dental treatments, prescription drugs and other medical and dental treatments and procedures in the U.S. when the same qualified, excellent services, treatments and procedures can be found just across the border for half the cost, or even less?

    With a rapidly growing reputation for providing affordable services in dental care, cosmetic and plastic surgical procedures, hip replacement and more, medical travelers save on medical procedure costs in Mexico. Aware of the growing demand for affordable and accessible medical and dental care,  Mexico has embraced the rapidly expanding medical tourism industry with certified and qualified physicians and surgeons, and accredited hospitals, clinics and outpatient facilities.

    Doctors in Mexico, surgery in Mexico and Mexican hospitals offer the best in care, from the Perfection Makeover and Laser Center in Cancun to the Family Hospital in Mexicali, to the plastic surgery expertise of Dr. Lazaro Cardenas Camarena at NeoPlastic in Guadalajara. Dr. Omar Gonzalez offers hope to his patients through integrative stem cell technology at Integra Medical Center in Nuevo Progreso, and the Hispano Americano Medical Group in Baja provides treatments for chronic diseases to cancer treatment to plastic and cosmetic surgery.

    For detailed information about cross-border medical tourism, accredited facilities and certified doctors and surgeons in Mexico, access resources such as PlacidWay, an international medical provider offering doctors, hospitals and outpatient facilities throughout Mexico and Latin America.


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    Posted in Affordable Heart Surgery, Cancer Treatment Abroad, chronic disease treatment, Cosmetic Surgery Abroad, cosmetic surgery in Mexico, Dental Tourism Abroad, Health Tourism, Hip Surgery Abroad, Medical Tourism, Mexico Medical Tourism, Orthopedics Surgery Abroad, Stem Cell Therapy | No Comments »

    Sunday,September 25th, 2011

    by Denise

    With advancements in stem cell technology, study results and potential treatments for a large number of conditions and diseases, it’s no wonder that people from around the world are traveling to stem cell clinics and facilities around the world. Knowing what questions to ask providers of stem cell treatments and therapies is key in finding a reputable and reliable stem cell clinic or hospital abroad.

    For example, some of the first questions you should ask include:

    • Can you offer proof that these stem cell treatment therapies work?
    • Can I speak with former patients who have undergone such therapies?
    • Who are (and what are the credentials) of the physician or surgeon administering stem cell treatment?
    • How long has the organization offered such treatments?
    • How safe is the stem cell treatment? What are the risks?

    These days, stem cell research is looking to treat, reduce symptoms of or even cure conditions like cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, cancer and more. Stem cell treatments developed in Ukraine, Australia, Asia and Latin America are focusing on eliminating cancer stem cells from the body before they metastasize, or spread, to other parts of the body.

    Check out the qualifications, history and background of doctors and stem cell researchers at the Institute of Cell Therapy in Kiev, Ukraine or Progencell-Stem Cell Therapies in Mexico. For the best cancer treatment in Europe to the best stem cell clinics in China or India, look to facilities such as:

    * Emcell in Ukraine

    * StemOne Biologicals Pvt. Ltd., India

    * Dr. Omar Gonzalez in Mexico


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    Saturday,August 6th, 2011

    by Denise

    Let’s face it – literally. The baby boomer generation is here, and it’s sticking around for a while. With the joys of living longer  however, millions of baby boomers are looking to look younger too. Anti-aging therapies abroad, cosmetic surgery and new antiaging technologies give men and women options that were not available just a generation ago.

    For example, check out the most common antiaging procedures or treatments offered around the world today:

    • Cosmetic  and plastic surgeries
    • Botox  injections
    • Human growth hormone products
    • Fat transfers
    • Antiaging skin care products
    • Diets rich in antioxidants
    • Antiaging medications
    • Stem cell rejuvenation and regeneration therapies

    Have you looked at the cost of antiaging creams and products on store shelves these days? Do you want to spend $75 or more per bottle, or spend $3,000 to $5,000 on thread lift surgical procedures in the U.S.? Not many baby boomers do. Instead, they’re traveling to destinations around the world, for not only vacation time, but also antiaging therapies and treatments abroad.

    Baby boomers that travel to the Yanhee Hospital in Thailand or ArtFace Rejuvenation in Tijuana, Mexico, Cedyt in Argentina or Ageless Wonders Panama in Panama – in addition to the facilities found throughout Costa Rica, Poland, Turkey and the Ukraine – may save hundreds to thousands of dollars on antiaging treatments, procedures and programs. You may be living longer, but you certainly don’t have to look like it!

    For more information about antiaging treatments abroad, the qualifications, training and experience of doctors abroad, visit PlacidWay.


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