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Facts About Stem Cells

Stem cells are the cells that form us. They are in our own eyes, skin, brain, joints, lungs, and everything else that is you. We can now harvest stem cells from fat, bone, umbilical cords, amniotic fluid and placental fluid; however, not all sources have an equal amount of stem cells in them. Below is a comparison of the approximate number of stem cells per cells in different body sources:

  • Adipose Tissue  4.734 cells/mL to 1.55 million/mL
  • Bone Marrow  1 cell/mL to 317,400/mL
  • Umbilical Cord  10,000 cells/ml to 4.7 million/mL
  • Placental/Amniotic  1,000 cells/mL to 30,000 cells/mL



Safety

 

Safety is an important fact when considering stem cell therapy. Tissue banks screen their stem cells for 7 different diseases. Dr. Young's source also screens for an additional 10 conditions. We also reject about 15% of the cells that the tissue banks certify as 'safe' because your safety is important to us, so we go the extra mile to do more testing. Dr. Young wants you to be sure that the cells you give yourself, your family, and patients are the very best. Below is a list of the disease that our stem cells are screened for:

 

 

 Competitor's SourceDr. Young's Source
HIV I and II
HTLV I and II
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
Chagas Disease 
Syphilis
Chlamydia 
Cytomegalovirus 
West Nile Virus 
Gonorrhea 
Lyme Disease 

 


 

Stem Cells and Your Age

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As we age, your stem cells rapidly decline, leaving us more prone to injury, aging and disease. In theory, using your own stem cells is a good idea. However, stem cells deteriorate with age and if you are sick with a chronic condition, your stem cells are sick as well.

We recommend using Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) as they can be used by anyone because they are allergy neutral. The chart to the right illustrates the drastic difference in the number of Mesenchymal Stem Cells as our age declines.

Did You Know?

Research continues to show an increasing number of potential benefits from the
immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial actions of stem cells.

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