Hematopoietic and Neuronal Cells vs Mesenchymal Cells
Fetal Stem Cells, what is the difference and why does it matter. Many of the companies who promote Stem Cell treatments use Adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells. What this means is that your fat is extracted (in a procedure like liposuction) and then using a method of spinning this material, it separates into its various components and the Stem cells that are in the fat tissue are used.
This Mesenchymal Cell has several properties, such as the ability to stimulate the body’s own healing resources; however, it also has limitations such as only being able to change into fat, bone or cartilage- and is classified as multipotent. These cells are also not able to enter into the body’s tissue to do repair and regeneration as they do not possess the proper ligands (coordination entities) to bind to the affected tissue.
Fetal Stem Cells
In contrast, cells that are fetal derived are pluripotent, which means they can become 220 different cell types the body needs for repair and restoration. The Hematopoietic cells can enter into the tissues and do repair and regeneration as well as providing healthy DNA information to halt and reverse the effects of various diseases.
The neuronal cells (the fetus is the only source of pure, pristine Neuronal cells) do the same in the brain and nervous system. All of this is possible without matching and with no immunosuppressive drugs required.
Visiting on Late Night Health is William Rader, a former doctor who has spent twenty years researching stem cell therapies. He offers treatment for patients with chronic disease including Parkinson’s, some cancers, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis and others. Rader lost his California license two years ago and shares the reason for this on the show.
With over three thousand patients, Rader notes there are no known side effects from the treatment. Success at reducing symptoms is an amazing 90 plus percent.
air date: 6/17/16