What are Pluripotent Blood Stem Cells?

Pluripotent Blood Stem Cells (PBSCs) are found in the blood stream of all humans. Pluripotent stem cells are powerful cells, open to be a part of any human structure. These cells are found in all organs of the body but there are high concentrations in the blood stream. They lay dormant until the body has an injury, then they become active and GO TO WORK, healing the site of injury. This is known as tissue regeneration. The age of a cell is not a barrier to the using these cells for treatment of the patient. When done properly, these cells can be “woken up or activated” and put back to work in the very same patient. This regenerative therapy has been shown to reverse the aging process.

PBSCs possess a unique anti – aging effect by means of regenerating and repairing organs damaged by stress and various toxins we are exposed to in our daily life and by improving immune functions. These cells also produce functional cells, of any type, with an increased proliferation capacity to slow the aging process. Aging is a process by which cells become more damaged over time and die. As we age fewer and fewer of those cells are replaced and we slowly decay. Thus the introduction of new stem cells and supportive treatments potentially slow down or reverse this process. This is known are cell replacement theory.

Our advanced PBSC procedures are safe, as they use the patient own cells. The regenerative capacity of stem cells allow for safe and effective treatments for a host of medical conditions as clinical experience has demonstrated. The laboratory process adheres to cGMP safety standards for sterile blood transfusion protocols. Therefore, there is no fear of rejection or contamination.