Tag: Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

Facts about Stem Cells by Mexico Stem Cell Therapist

Posted by: Harriet on December 22nd, 2012 no responses.

The video shows a stem cell therapist from Mexico explaining in layman terms the facts about stem cells. The stem cell doctor has been on the forefront of stem cell research and has delivered more than 40 patients from their perennial sufferings.  The U.S. patients of this stem cell therapist in Mexico vouch for him as more than 80% his patients respond well to his initial therapy.



Narration – “A stem cell, it is a cell that you have in your own body that has different properties that they will go into your…they’re always there, they’re always repairing tissues. The stem cells can keep repairing on their own all the time but for some reasons stem cells stop repairing when you’re getting old.


Then you have to have treatment with stem cells in order to get help. A stem cell has different properties. On is to keep homeostasis, to keep self renewed and to replenish organs. Those are basically called stem cells. So stem cells are white cells. Stem cells are called…or mesenchymal cells. Those are the cells that help in repairing the body.


You can get stem cells from umbilical cord. You can have stem cells from embryonic, you can even…”


In a related video the stem cell doctor discusses autologous and adult stem cell transplants in Mexico.


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Adult Stem Cells and Autologous Transplant in Mexico

Posted by: Sandra on October 25th, 2012 no responses.

The video shows a leading stem cells therapy expert explaining the difference between adult and autologous stem cell transplant. He also discusses his reasons for preferring autologous over adult stem cells transplant. In another video, this stem cell specialist from Mexico shares his expertise.



Narration – “It is the amount of cells…if you go on and buy stem cells in a little bottle you will get may be 5 million, 20 million. You wanna give more of those you will have a reaction, the white cells reaction, and it’s a terrible reaction, you can die from that reaction and the blood reaction, the white cell reaction, I can remember…but it’s more of an epileptic shock, you just can’t go to certain number that your body can’t admit from another human being even though if they’re matching.


But the autologous, after you harvest those, you differentiate those…you can go to any amount that you can produce in your own body. That’s the big difference. Maybe I’m just telling you this, I’m giving back to the patient more than 500 million, and maybe it’s a 1000. And the amount is what makes a big difference because they’re able to repair, because they’re ready to repair, they have already the information of the brand new cell on the mitochondria or on…they will go on and repair the organ that is damaged.


…another factor, like, how we’re going to produce information in that organ that we’re trying to repair. We have little tricks; if he was mentioned in, I’m sorry, prostaglandins for eye inflammation and then stem cells can go on to repair that. We use osmotic diuretic called Mannitol, we give it to the patient half an hour before we do the infusion of the stem cells that opens the brain blood barrier and that irritates the little bit the brain and stem cells can penetrate and we find the tissue that is inflamed and they will help to repair. We have different protocol of treatment, different systems that can help us to produce a little information phenomenon that can help our stem cells to go and repair because stem cells go and repair any tissue that has an information processing.


But as far…the amount of cells we’re giving back to our patients to the ones that you can buy and besides that we’ll never know what is it that they supply to us, because they could be frozen too much, they don’t have the proper way to send it back to us even though they have parameds or whatever, you know. We don’t know what we’re buying, we don’t know what we’re giving to the patients, we don’t know if they we’re manufactured. I like to use your own body, this is my rotocol treatment.”


In another video, the doctor discusses the importance of carrying reports for stem cell therapy in Mexico.


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Stem Cell Specialist in Mexico Shares his Expertise

Posted by: Harriet on October 25th, 2012 no responses.

The video shows a leading stem cell specialist from Mexico sharing the details of procedures he specializes in. in another video the doctor discusses the reports one should carry for stem cell therapy in Mexico.



Narration – “What I do is…transplant. What I do is bone marrow…stem cells that can help to repair any disease that is related to a chronic degenerative disease. I can, I am able to repair, so far I have been able to repair problems of the brain that have to do with degeneration of the brain that they have a…coz I told you before like immune problem that they go on attack their own…and they produce diseases like multiple sclerosis.


What I’m trying to do is mimic what is going on in the…you know when you have an experiment close to…and start producing the internal layers of the organs that I’m trying to give to a patient all the growth factors that will help physical and chemical at the time of the conception. What I do is buy most of the growth factors and I will be able to make cells to different cellular lines like, neural cells for the brain, cardiomyocytes for the heart, sometimes even you know, but I’m mostly doing work, i.e. cells to repair tissues that are related mostly with neural cells or brain cells like multiple sclerosis, like eye problems, like nerve situations on the optic nerve. But I have to find ways to supply the cells to that organ, that’s what is my experience here because…simple thing to put a needle into the eye, you’re irritating and when you do the stem cells that you put into the eye that you put across to the optic nerve, or you put across to the retina or you put across to the macula that is degenerated with special techniques. One is called…we put a hooked needle that will go across to the macula and through that you…inject the stem cells.


I can go up to more than 40 million stem cells and put across to the organ. Another way, and after that, I…rest of the cells, the cells that we have from your bone marrow, we put a…we count it with different techniques with different methodologies and they assure me that we are giving to the patients more than 500 million of their…we’re giving to the patients the stem cells that are ready to work. Another way to do their job is to…put the stem cells on the spine that is epidural space we call…space that is space you get the brain fluid, over there we put the cells that are more than 20 million, the cells will go straight to the brain and because in the ventricles where you produce the brain fluid, they don’t have…barrier, they diffuse into the brain tissue and then the rest of the cells and then the rest of the cells…they will go on and help to repair the cells that are really doing their job, you know on the brain…the stem cells…will go on and help the ones we already put through the spine and will help to do the job.”


Other than repairing brain degenerative diseases, also flourishing is the stem cells therapy for heart disease in Tijuana, Mexico.


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Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico – Reports You Should Carry

Posted by: George on October 24th, 2012 no responses.

The video shows a leading stem cell specialist in Mexico discussing the various reports that you will need before you embark on your journey to Mexico for stem cell therapy. The doctor has a proven track record of curing over 40 patients suffering from otherwise irredeemable conditions such as multiple sclerosis, brain damage and heart disease with stem cell therapy. Tijuana in Mexico is emerging as a low cost destination for relatively new stem cell treatments.



Narration – “I’m a medical doctor, you know. I need people to send me their medical reports before they come here. The more that I can get, the better I can plan the treatment. Usually, patients send me records before. This is multiple sclerosis that has long time, if I can also reports from their medical doctors and what kinds of treatments they had before. If they were using…they were using Avonex, they were using, you know, the new medications. They were using medications that can’t help them to work better or that’s intermittent or a continuous problem. I would like to have the records because records help me a lot to plan treatment.
I’m in contact with the patients for all most two months before they come here, over the phone, over the internet. I always answer questions to them. I put a lot of emphasis and a lot of time in making the patients very comfortable before they come to us here. I’m trying to write in the patient queries, you know, they’re afraid to come to Mexico or come to the place that we are. This is a cultural shock, when they feel comfortable they can come to me and they will be very happy coming here. Always, I’m trying to find a place that is good, that is clean, that is a hospital where I can work with a very good surgical room and I could tell that they feel comfortable that they’re being treated very well and also I have a nurse that is the best nurse that you can find…her name is Angelina and she puts a lot, a lot of care to my patients, a lot of love.”


It is this progressive confidence that this doctor exudes that medical tourism in Mexico is booming. While the naysayers will go any length to prevent you from getting stem cell treatment, the results speak for themselves. Not all cases are hopeless, as this doctor says, but some require a leap of faith.


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