Fat Stem Cells

Fat Stem Cells or Adipose tissue-derived stem cells are mesenchymal cells. These cells are unique in that regenerate. Making them a prime candidate for use in regenerative medicine and therapies.

Currently, researchers are exploring additional ways that adult cells can be used in the battle against liver disease and various cancers.

Unlike other cell harvesting procedures, harvesting fat cells come with minimal discomfort.  Further, making it more appealing.

Additionally, Adipose tissue can be stored for use by an individual at a later date. Giving you peace of mind.

Storing your cells has never been easier. Ask your physician about ATGRAFT™

October 31, 2013

Adipose Tissue Stem Cells Produce Liver Cells to Save Lives

In a recent study published in Cell Transplantation, adipose tissue stem cells were successfully used to produce liver cells. This could potentially be a major medical […]
October 4, 2013

Adipose Tissue Stem Cells Unlock New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

Adipose tissue stem cells have made the news again. This time, researchers have been able to use fat stem cells in treatment for a disease that […]
August 13, 2013

Stem Cells Show Promise for Retina Therapy

One of the latest advancements in regenerative medicine involves injecting stem cells directly into the retinas to repair damage done by degenerative eye diseases such as […]
May 9, 2013

U Autologous Skincare: Youthful Skin Once and For All

Many of us have at least a little bit of excess fat to spare. Why not put it to good use? With fat storage services readily […]
April 10, 2013

How Storing Fat Can Beat Aging and Disease

Storing your own adipose tissue (fat) and stem cells provides benefits that go far beyond losing a few inches from places you want to trim. With […]
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 […]