Cellular Therapy

The Dawn of A New Era of Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a new medical specialty that uses advancements in cell biology, immunology, genetics, and tissue engineering to understand how the body heals itself. It is fast growing to become the most powerful tool available to improve the human condition.

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs)

Stem cells are a class of undifferentiated cells that have the potential to give rise to more cells of the same type and transform into particular cell types. They also have the capability to secrete various compounds that can stimulate other cells to regenerate and repair.

MSCs are among the most frequently used cell type for regenerative medicine. Known as the building blocks of our body, they reside in our body’s organs, tissues, blood and immune system and can differentiate into specialized cells.

As we age, stem cells in the body responsible for regeneration reduces. By repopulating the regenerative stem cells pool with younger and optimized MSCs, they hold greater regenerating properties to repair or replace damaged or diseased cells, leading to improved health and wellbeing.

Natural Killer Cells (NK Cells)

The biological immunity booster. NK Cells are sub-types of immune cells in the human’s body that respond quickly to a wide range of pathological challenges. NK Cells have the ability to differentiate between non-infected and infected ‘target cells’ to kill them; detecting cancer cells and controlling early signs of cancer. NK Cells also have the ability to increase the body’s immune response by releasing cytokines which support other immune cells.

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