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The Alliance for the Advancement of Adult Stem Cell Therapy and Research Recently Has Proven Stem Cells To Be Effective in Dilated Cardiomyopathy
Date:5/7/2013

was discontinued. Within two weeks he was getting around without the wheelchair. “We hosted a church function and Eddie was able to keep up the whole time.” Leslie says “He could barely get out of his wheelchair before and now to be hosting a party, I can’t believe it. I’m so grateful. My boys have their father back.” Eddie’s treatment was in part supported by The Alliance for The Advancement of Stem Cell Therapy and Research.

Zannos G. Grekos, MD, MAAC, FACC, chief science officer of Intercellular Sciences and a Florida-based pioneer in the field of adult stem cell therapy explains how, in this groundbreaking treatment, cardiologists insert a catheter into the patient’s heart similar to a heart cath. In 20 minutes, about 30 separate injections of Regenocytes (activated stem cells) are introduced into the damaged part of the heart. The process of tissue repair begins almost immediately.

“The activation provides a key step in the process,” Dr. Zannos Grekos explains. “The lab extracts the stem cells, concentrates and activates them into over a billion of regenerative adult stem cells while ‘educating’ them to assist the specific organ that needs regeneration. These cells we call “Regenocytes.”

Patients remain in the hospital overnight for observation, and are typically discharged the next day. Patients are scheduled for regular subsequent visits after the stem cell treatment to monitor their progress and measure their results.

“Our doctors see remarkable results from adult stem cell treatment,” says Zannos Grekos, MD. “Successes like those we’ve seen with John and Eddie show significant promise for diseases in other organs. However, it is also important to note that patients we have treated in the past continue to maintain the benefit for many years after the treatment.”

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