Stem Cell Therapy for Lung Diseases
Lung Institute is a department of regenerative solutions specializing in stem cell therapy for a wide range of diseases. The two years old lung Institute based in Tampa has established a branch in Nashville and in the recent past the institute is projected to launch another branch in Scottsdale, Ariz. The institute directly markets its services through both broadcast and print media. The organization posted a half page advert in Tampa Bay time’s newspaper comparing the pros of stem cell therapy to Beatles.
In its first year of operation, lung institute confirmed that they successfully diagnosed over 400 patients in Tampa clinic and another 50 patients in Nashville. Off late, the institute has not published the outcome of its therapies, though, in an interview with Tampa times, Feinermal, a licensed medical practitioner confirmed that over 70 percent of patients have reaped benefits from treatments.
The use stem cell treatment has expressed greatest appeal. From the underlying knowledge on the therapeutic potential of stem cells among other clinically accepted trials for non-lung diseases, it’s essential to move on and consider these approach in treating lung disease. Though, there is little knowledge on possible effects that might occur as a result of administration of the stem cell therapy to clients with lung disease. Before undertaking the therapy its importance to note the treatment could lead to more adverse implications that could deteriorate client’s condition rather than to improve it. From the preceding, safety should be given the top priority. According to lunginstitute.com, many clinics providing stem cell therapy outlines capacity of the treatment contrary to our science understanding.
Different stem cells are formed at different stages of life. These cells entails; embryonic stem cell which exists at the initial stages of growth of specific tissues or adult stem cell that only appears during fetal development and remains in the body throughout the life.
Currently, there is only a few number of clinically accepted trials in the United States and Canada conducting investigations on stem cell therapy for lung diseases. The data can be easily accessed over national institute of health at Clinicaltrials.gov. Hopefully, more statistics on stem cell therapy will be provided in future.