Stem cell replacement is gaining acceptance in many areas of medicine

Stem cell rejuvenation for longevity or anti-aging is moving from the research stage into more mainstream use by the more advanced people searching out the ultimate anti-aging approach. Stem cell replacement is gaining acceptance in all many areas of medicine. In a few areas, stem cell transplant is very widely accepted, these include:

  • Diseases of the blood
  • Immune system disorders
  • Some specific cancers
  • Bone and skin diseases

A targeted approach is recommended

No general “stem cell transplant” has proven to fix a wide range of medical issues, rather the best results are those procedures that are targeted. Research on humans is “underway” now and starting to show tremendous potential. Research on mice and other animals has been going on for over 40 years, so a lot of ways to use stem cells have been explored.

The bottom line for our Asher Longevity Institute members is that we are supportive of trying stem cell replacement at a reputable clinic if you are already practicing all NINE STEPS of our recommended program and are excited to explore the outer reaches of longevity. There are risks which should be studied carefully and discussed with your clinic.

Let's start with the basics

The basics of stem cell replacement is that stem cells are harvested from the patient’s own bone marrow and fat cells. These are placed in a centrifuge, concentrated, and then injected back into the patient’s body. This can be a general approach, or they can be injected with precision for a more targeted improvement for an existing condition.

What can you expect after stem cell rejuvenation? Some of the improvement’s patients report more immediately are:

  • Reduced age spots and wrinkles
  • More energy and stamina
  • Less aches and pains, improved joint performance
  • Improved sexual libido
  • Better mood
  • Increased desire to work out and raise muscle mass

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