The Emerging Age of Immune Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative Medicine is defined as the process of replacing or "regenerating" human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function. Immune Regenerative Medicine encompasses numerous strategies used to improve the body’s healing response in restoring the cells and function of the immune system.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has identified Regenerative Medicine as the “next evolution of medical treatments.” Due to the potential of stem cells and Regenerative Medicine to renew and restore organ and tissue function, physicians will have greater ability to treat numerous medical conditions. Current stem cell therapies have been the standard of care for many cancers, blood and immune disorders and it is anticipated that new therapies will be further available as the results of thousands of clinical trials are reported. The new field of medicine is expected to revolutionize health care.
The combination of immune regenerative strategies with chemotherapy, or novel therapies targeted to a specific tumor, is a more effective way to wipe out active cancer cells while also enabling the immune system to combat residual cancer cells, thereby reducing the potential risk for reemergence of the disease.
Who can benefit from Immune Regenerative Medicine
Patients who have solid tumors and blood cancers may be able to significantly improve their treatment experience, outcome and quality of life, by maximizing the performance of their immune system in addition to receiving standard treatments.
Patients suffering with chronic inflammatory diseases, recurrent infection, autoimmune diseases and other disorders of aging have also found promise in immune regenerative therapies. Learn about what our patients are saying (Testimonials).
Patients with a family history of diseases or who work and/or live in environments with exposure to toxins have weakened immune system which increases the risk of disease in the future. This also includes individuals with stress, chronic infections, poor diets, inadequate sleep, and other conditions that can weaken the immune system and increase the risk of disease in the future.
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