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Everybody is born with a certain amount of stem cells, specifically, “adult stem cells.” Our stem cells exist in every part of the body to repair damage, such as from broken bones, a paper cut, radiological or chemical exposure, etc., all of which require stem cells for healing.


There are two important characteristics distinguish stem cells from other cells in the body

  • Stem cells can replenish their nature for long period through cell division
  • Stem cells can differentiate or transform into specialized cells with specific functions after recognizing some chemical signal in the body

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  • Totipotent stem cells: are found only in early embryos, each cell can form a complete organism.
  • Pluripotent stem cells: exist in the undifferentiated inner cell mass of the blastocyst and can form all of the over 200 different cell types in the body.
  • Multipotent stem cells: are derived from fetal tissue, cord blood, bone marrow etc. although their ability to differentiate is more limited than pluripotent stem cells.
  • Unipotent stem cells: are found in multipotent cells and adult tissues. They are also able to renew and give rise to only a single mature cell type.

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  Fetal Stem Cells Treatment

As their name suggests, fetal stem cells are taken from the fetus. The developing baby is referred to as a fetus from approximately 10 weeks of gestation. Most tissues in a fetus contain stem cells that drive the rapid growth and development of the organs. Like adult stem cells, fetal stem cells are generally tissue-specific, and generate the mature cell types within the particular tissue or organ in which they are found.

  Cord Blood Stem Cells Treatment

At birth the blood in the umbilical cord is rich in blood-forming stem cells. The applications of cord blood are similar to those of adult bone marrow and are currently used to treat diseases and conditions of the blood or to restore the blood system after treatment for specific cancers. Like the stem cells in adult bone marrow, cord blood stem cells are tissue-specific.

  Embryonic Stem Cells Treatment

Embryonic stem cells are derived from very early embryos and can in theory give rise to all cell types in the body. However, coaxing these cells to become a particular cell type in the laboratory is not trivial. Furthermore, embryonic stem cells carry the risk of transforming into cancerous tissue after transplantation. To be used in cell transplant treatments the cells will most likely need to be directed into a more mature cell type, both to be therapeutically effective and to minimize risk that cancers develop.

  Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS cells) Treatment

In 2006, scientists discovered how to “reprogram” cells with a specialized function (for example, skin cells) in the laboratory, so that they behave like an embryonic stem cell. These cells, called induced pluripotent cells or iPS cells, are created by inducing the specialized cells to express genes that are normally made in embryonic stem cells and that control how the cell functions. Embryonic stem cells and iPS cells share many characteristics, including the ability become the cells of all organs and tissues, but they are not identical and can sometimes behave slightly differently.

blue Stem Cell Therapy For Hair Loss

Recent technology for the treatment of Alopecia (Baldness) ie. Male pattern hair loss, female pattern hair loss & hair loss associated with various disorders. It is a revolutionary treatment for hair fall. The stem cells promote new hair growth within 3 to 4 weeks of treatment. The hair density increases by 30 to 40% by three sessions of treatment. On an average six sessions are required once in a week to 10 days along with which supplements are given. Stem cells activate the dead hair follicles and convert them into growing healthy new hair follicles.

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  Umbilical Cord Blood/Tissue Banking

“Umbilical cord blood or placenta” blood banking is the concept to preserve all regenerative cells that can save your baby’s life in future. Cord blood is a rich source of haematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) which are primarily responsible for the treatment of all blood related diseases including leukemia, lymphoma and anemia. Many expecting parents choose to bank their newborn's cord blood, as it may be useful in the future, should the child or a related family member fall victim to a disease that is potentially treatable by cord blood stem cells.

  Cord Tissue Banking

“Cord Tissue Banking” is the process of collecting and preserving umbilical cord after delivery so expectant parents can now also collect and preserve stem cells from the tissue of the umbilical cord, whose medical name is “Wharton's jelly”. Why we refer to store cord tissue at the time of cord blood banking because cord tissue or Wharton’s jelly is the richest source of Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) that can save your baby’s and family member’s life (no rejection marker) in case of some organ specific problems like spinal cord injury, brain stroke, muscular dystrophy, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, myocardial infarction and many more. MSCs provides many advantages such as anti-apoptic, anti-fibrotic, immune-modulation, immune suppression and also activate the resident cells after transplantation into the body.



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