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What is Stem Cell?

What is Stem Cell?

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells of human tissue. They possess two properties. First, they have self-repairing ability; second, they can also divide and proliferate into another identical cell. It can differentiate into a variety of different functional cells (such as liver, kidney) under certain conditions, and even has the function of regenerating various tissues and organs. Its main function is to repair damaged and aged cells, which is particularly effective for degenerative and damaging health problems.

Why do we need Stem Cell?

First we need to understand the main reasons for aging

Stem cells are like the body’s maintenance department. All our organs and cells need stem cells to help repair before they can function properly. Stem cells, like other cells, gradually reduce their numbers and deaths due to aging, which slows our body’s ability to repair but increases health problems. This is the main reason for aging.

So the best way to fight against aging is to fill ourselves with enough stem cells, speed up cell renewal, and improve the body’s ability to repair.

Which Stem Cell Anti-aging Service is the safest, most effective, and convenient?

Autologous Adipose Stem Cell Anti-aging Service is your first choice!

Autologous adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSCs): are stem cells with multi-directional differentiation potential extracted from adipose tissue and are called “Magical Seeds.” When adipose stem cells are infused to the human body, they can promote the rate of cell renewal, accelerate cell metabolism, and complement and replace damaged tissues and organ cells, thereby improving the quality of life. Autologous Adipose Stem Cells are widely used in the fields of disease treatment, bioremediation and beauty anti-aging. — Professor Wu wutian

The most common Stem Cell category on the market

Common sources of stem cells on the market include umbilical cord blood, bone marrow, embryos, and autologous fat. However, the use of some stem cell sources may have adverse consequences.

Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell

This refers to the blood present in the umbilical cord and the placenta after the baby is born and cut off the umbilical cord. It can be differentiated into blood and immune system cells such as red blood cells, white red balls and platelets. However, when the infant’s store cord blood stem cells are being stored, it may not be known that there is a congenital genetic disease. In this case, the cord blood stem cells are no longer effective, in addition these cord blood stem cells cannot be used by their family members.

CNN (CNN) has reported that many experts said that the chances of a baby being able to use their own umbilical cord blood after storing were low. In addition, the amount of stem cells being extracted was low. If they want to supply cord blood stem cells to other family members, it may be necessary to extract stem cells from bone marrow for support. Moreover, adults have already lost the opportunity to store umbilical cord blood. For new-born babies, only private hospitals can provide the services.

Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cell

It has strong self-replication and lateral differentiation potential, and can be induced into different functional cells such as cartilage, bone, muscle and heart by in vitro induction. However, stem cells from the bone marrow also have some drawbacks. First, if you use someone else’s stem cells, you must pair them before use. If you use your own stem cells, the process of extracting bone marrow is more painful and the recovery period is long. Moreover, the number of stem cells available from extraction is limited, only about 60,000 stem cells can be obtained at a time.

Embryonic Stem Cell

Embryonic stem cells are the most controversial source of stem cell technology. Embryo refers to tissues that are 1-3 months pregnant. Embryonic stem cells are stem cells derived from the undifferentiated inner cell mass of blastocysts and can develop into any of more than 200 cell types in the body, becoming different organs and cells. However, the source of the embryo is generally unknown. Embryos with spontaneous abortion may have pathological or malnutrition. After infusion, there may be rejection of cells, and there is a chance to form tumors (teratomas) or to contract infectious diseases. Moreover, the extraction process must destroy human embryos and deprive embryos of their lives. Therefore, the use of embryonic stem cells has more ethical and religious controversies.

Autologous Adipose Stem Cells

Because adults lack the opportunity to store cord blood stem cells, autologous adipose stem cells are the most suitable source of stem cells for adults. After a safe and minimally invasive liposuction, the best and youngest stem cells will be discrete from the extracted fat through patented condensation centrifugation. The most active autologous adipose stem cells can improve the function of the whole body and improve the aging state of the function.

The benefits of autologous adipose stem cells are numerous. First, fat yields are high, and the amount of autologous adipose stem cell being extracted is about 2500 times more abundant than bone marrow-derived stem cells. Whether stem cells are effective or not, the number of stem cells is also important. Therefore, the extraction of autologous adipose stem cells ensures that sufficient stem cells are obtained. Secondly, the process of liposuction is very simple. Generally, licensed medical beauty centres can also extract them. Only a small amount of fat (about 50 cc) needed to be extracted, and enough stem cells can be obtained for in vitro cultivation. The whole process takes only about 21 days (including 38 strictest cell quality tests by independent third parties). In addition to their own use, immediate family members can also benefit (eg parents, grandparents, etc.)

If not used immediately, these qualities stem cells can also be stored. When we age, we can infuse the stored stem cells for anti-aging purpose.

Autologous adipose-derived stem cells are also the safest and do not cause rejection. Standard testing is required prior to use by all users to ensure that there is no risk of contracting infectious diseases. Finally, there are no ethical, moral, or religious controversies about autologous adipose stem cells.

Advantages of Autologous Adipose Stem Cells

Autologous fat stem cells are easy to acquire, and the process is low invasive and harmless to the human body. Moreover, the yield of adipose stem cells is high, and can be applied to the regeneration and repair of tissues and organs, and is particularly effective for degenerative and injurious health problems.

Safety: Autologous Adipose Stem Cells are derived from oneself, so they do not cause allergic and other rejection reactions, and they do not cause human genetic disorders due to undesirable genes caused by exogenous cells.

Effectiveness: Autologous Adipose Stem Cells can repair damaged tissues and cells and organs in the human body, so that the body can restore young and healthy state from the inside to the outside, and it can fight against aging in an all-round way.

Convenience: By extracting about 50-100ml of fat by safe and minimally invasive liposuction, hundreds of millions of Autologous Adipose Stem Cells can be cultivate to meet your lifelong needs. Storing a stem cell can also prevent major diseases in the future.

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