Advanced Pain Centers USA & Stemaid™ provides the most latest and special Embryonic Stem Cell from skin fibroblast and unique protocols to doctors in order to help their patients who face major health conditions as well as individuals who simply wish to stay young and healthy. Over the past five years of development, we have successfully conducted research into targeted major diseases related to kidney, lung, liver and heart failures, we have aided in helping people who have suffered stroke or brain injury to walk or talk again, we have removed all traces of tumor in multiple cancer patients and we have achieved significant results in fighting aging and its physical markers.
nuclear transfer (SCNT) involves removing the genetic material from an egg, then injecting a different set of genetic material from an adult person’s cell into that egg. Researchers then stimulate the egg to begin maturing. About five days later the egg develops into a blastocyst
—the same type of blastocyst that would be used to create cell lines from donated IVF embryos. Researchers remove the inner cell mass from the blastocyst and grow those cells in a lab dish to create a new stem cell line.
Researchers have used SCNT to create stem cell lines from a wide range of animals including non-human primates. In 2013 , scientists for the first time created human stem cell lines through nuclear transfer.
Embryonic stem cells created through SCNT have the advantage of being genetically identical to a person’s own cells, reducing the risk of immune rejection. The process of using nuclear transfer to create cell lines identical to a person’s own cells is sometimes referred to as therapeutic cloning. That’s because those identical stem cells would be created with the intent to derive therapies.
The total number of therapies varies from 6-10 and it based on each patient’s health issues. It will be once weekly either through intravenously, intra-articular, implant in the spine, intra-discal or in the facet joints.
The following list of Specialized stem cells for each individual based on their diseases can be created at our USA Stem Cells Research Laboratory: