Cosmetic / Aesthetic Therapy - World Stem Cell Clinic

What is done

World Stem Cell Clinic’s medical staff and clinical physicians will examine you and review all available medical records, radiology films, CT scans and other diagnostic information to assess if cosmetic therapy will be a helpful primary treatment or adjunctive therapy for your specific condition.

Then, the medical doctors meet and confer with the research scientists for a pre-treatment planning meeting. This Stem cell treatment planning conference takes advantage of decades of the staff’s clinical experience, your current condition, your available social support system, full review of your medical history as well as an inclusion and consideration of any recently published research literature on stem cell treatments. In other words, you are provided a detailed, systematic and entirely unique treatment care plan for his or her needs.

How is it done

The World Stem Cell Clinic’s team harvest autologous stem cells from your own bone marrow, adipose (fat) tissue or circulating stem cells, within your bloodstream. They are simply obtained from a donor as opposed to from you. They do not utilize fetal or laboratory-cultured embryonic stem cells. They chose not to use these sources of stem cells to prevent potential complications from contamination or side effects and adverse events such as graft versus host disease (GVHD).

After collection, your stem cells are tested and processed at the state-of-the-art and Good Tissue Practice (cGTP) laboratories. Data regarding the source of your stem cells, the amount harvested, and other information is recorded to ensure proper transfusion of your own cells.

Therapy Offered

Essential Feature

World Stem Cell Clinic recognizes you and your family members are under an enormous strain dealing with your illness and working within an Indian medical system and the overall cultural changes. Recognizing this, we will assign you a care coordinator to facilitate communication, provide translation services and coordinate the transfer of necessary documents.