Stem Cells


All living organisms with a cellular structure have a build in repair mechanism. Those cells involved in the repair of damaged tissues and organs are stem cells. Stem cells are naturally attracted to sites of injury; this is called "homing," resulting in that they together with other signaling cells initiate the repair of damaged tissues.

The below video from 2013 explains well what are stem cells and their potential therapy. Stem cell Therapy as a medical procedure is used in many countries globally to treat patients. As stem cell research advanced exponentially, in the last couple of years, own stem cell and stem cells from the umbilical cord are used already regularly in many countries to help patients to improve their health condition.

We, in our partner hospitals and clinics, are using stem cells from proven safe sources with our proprietary technology of extracting autologous stem cells from a body site of high volume, concentrating those cells and reinjecting them into the damaged area. As an alternative, in countries where this is allowed, we are using expanded, save passage 2, Mesenchymal stem cells from umbilical cords, to help patients with various conditions via a medical procedure, which enables the cellular structure to regenerate naturally.

The stem cells performing this regeneration process in our body are called Haematopoietic stem cell and Mesenchymal stem cells

Sources of Adult Stem cells

The availability of stem cells in a human body from its source, the bone marrow, is reduced as we age. Furthermore, by using those cells for the repair and maintenance of our tissues we, over time, have lesser stem cells available to support the natural wear and tear process in our body.

In anecdotal studies, the activity of introducing new stem cells to our bodies circulation has shown that those had been able to improve the capability to support health and health maintenance.

Bone marrow, fat, dental pulp, and umbilical cord tissue are well-known sources of stem cells.

Investigational research and treatment have confirmed that mesenchymal stem cells have the potential to treat various degenerative disorders including orthopedic, neurological, optic, kidney, liver, besides many others.

Stem cells are the repair team doing maintenance in our body and as such the most important instrument to stay healthy while aging. In our holistic “health maintenance concept”, which includes besides stem cell treatment, various Complementary and Alternative Medicine therapies, which can help supporting longevity as well as health for many years to come.

Bioelectric systems will advance our understanding how to communicate with our cells and the futuristic Tricorder system from the science fiction movie Star Trek will become a reality.... Qualcomm, the electronics giant, has entered this race with a 10 Million US dollar prize in 2012 already and in 2017 the winner announced, is a group of tech enthusiasts in Taiwan, who will develop now the prototype further!