Post-cancer rehabilitation using stem cells is one of the best treatments available, and it is called peripheral blood stem cell transplant. This technique is used to treat many types of cancer.
Stem cells are very early in the development stage of blood cells in the bone marrow, developing into red and white blood cells and platelets. The body needs these cells to survive. The doctor can collect these cells from a donor or from the patient’s own blood. Then, after a high-dose treatment, which causes the stem cells to die, they are replaced by new cells through an intravenous drip.
The world witnesses 6 million cases of cancer every year, and unfortunately, the percentage and number are constantly increasing even in the economically developed countries. According to the World Health Organization, cancerous tumors will be the number one cause of death globally, overtaking cardiovascular diseases.
• Tissue irregularity
• Severe uncontrollable growth of ulcers in adjacent organs and tissues
• The ability to spread (that is, the spread of cancer cells in the bloodstream or lymph inside the body, as well as the formation of foci of tumor growth).
The goal of Post-cancer rehabilitation using stem cells at this stage is to create a strong immune system for the patient, which in the future will be able to perform its tasks by protecting the patient from viruses and bacteria. Embryonic stem cells stimulate the production of erythrocytes, neutrophils, platelets and lymphocytes in the blood (T-lymphocytes, B-lymphocytes), which in turn stimulates the immune system, increases the number of immune cells, and increases the functional activity of the immune system.
We have developed and successfully applied techniques for fetal stem cell therapy before performing the most radical procedures to eradicate the tumour.
These methods can be used as preparations for the body for surgery, as they increase the strength of the body. After surgical removal of the tumor, the recovery process from the surgical wound is faster, the consequences and complications of anesthesia are reduced, and the postoperative rehabilitation period is reduced. All of these things facilitate the continuation of comprehensive treatment.
• Increasing the speed of anti-tumor immune recovery Elevated white and red blood cells
• Improvement in general health
• reduce fatigue
• Improving the psychological and emotional state Improving the patient’s quality of life, especially in the event of complications such as:
low white blood cells, agranulocytosis, thrombocytopenia, anemia, hepatitis, gastritis, fatigue, and depression.