STEM CELL TREATMENT
can grow and divide many times, while other cells in the body that have become functionally specialized cannot. Adult stem cells are multipotent, which means they can still differentiate into multiple different tissues, but unlike embryonic stem cells, they do not develop into teratomas. Thus, they have a major safety advantage over embryonic stem cells.
They possess the ability to multiply and give rise to the specific type of tissue that has been damaged, thus allowing for accelerated and natural healing to occur. They also inhibit inflammation and recruit other stem cells into the lesion.
Adult stem cells are found in organs and tissues, such as bone marrow, fat (adipose tissue), skin, liver, blood vessels, neurons and can be isolated from bone marrow (concentration 0,002%), adipose tissue (concentration 2,0%, meaning 1.000 greater), and tendon tissue.
There are no moral or ethical concerns with harvesting adult stem cells from a patient, activating them, and reintroducing them back into the patient.