Cell Therapy

Cell Therapy is the action of transferring live cells from one area of the body to another. With the purpose of restoring the area, they were transferred to.

By taking healthy cells and transferring them, the goal of the therapy is to have them grow as replacement cells that are healthy and free of aging or disease.

Autologous cells are the cells from the patient. Stem cells from a patient’s own body are not rejected as the body does not identify its stem cells as foreign. Instead, the body uses the stem cells to be new healthy cells.

As a result, using autologous cells means not allow will the body to be able to build healthy cells. It also means there is no worry of the body rejecting the stem cells.

April 23, 2013

American CryoStem Marks Major Global Expansion Milestone: Receives first international shipment of adipose tissue for processing and cryo-storage from Hong Kong

Eatontown, NJ – (GlobeNewswire) – April 23, 2013 – American CryoStem Corporation (OTCQB: CRYO), a leading strategic developer, marketer and global licensor of patented adipose tissue-based […]
March 15, 2013

Can A Patient’s Own Fat Stem Cells Be Used To Help Fight Brain Cancer?

A Cell Therapy First: Comparison Study of patient-harvested Adipose Mesenchymal Stem Cells and commercially obtained AMSCs and BMSCs (bone marrow) This study from the Johns Hopkins […]