Are All Stem Cells Equal?

Let’s say, for example, you take Multipotent stem cells which are programmed to become skin cells, but now you inject them into the thyroid. Let’s say that you were trying to regenerate the thyroid gland, well you would cause a lot of harm to your thyroid by doing that. Because the stem cells that are designed for the skin will not become thyroid cells and you will end up with a very serious health condition.

One of the conditions is disfigurement actually, this happened during some research into using stem cells as a treatment for Parkinson’s disease. 30% of the time people were disfigured by the therapy. This is among many reasons why most stem cell therapy has not been approved by regulatory bodies in the European Union and the FDA here in the United States.

These pluripotent stem cells can basically give rise to any type of cell in the body, so a lot of research is focused on pluripotent stem cells. The multipotent stem cells, on the other hand, can only give rise to a smaller number of different types of cells and so this is what makes stem cell research very complicated when it comes to actually administering this into human beings.

This becomes perhaps even more challenging when we think about it where we ask if we could we take stem cells from our body and inject them to an injury site where they’re needed? This is actually being done today, but you can see that if you extract the wrong stem cells, this is going to lead to a lot of problems. This is probably perhaps obvious then that stem cell therapy has become very controversial as a result of some of these side effects, and some of the implications.

With today’s stem cell therapies, about 1/3 of the time, the stem cells will work and do their job and repair the body.  Another 1/3 of the time, they will have no effect at all.  But for the remaining 1/3 of the cases, the body actually becomes damaged and the stem cells attack the healthy tissue. So this is why the FDA has not approved stem cell therapy yet, except for very narrow uses.

This is not to be taken lightly, given how expensive stem cell therapy can range from anywhere from thousands of dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. With the safety concerns, the high risks, questions of efficacy, the legality, wouldn’t it be much better to have a way to activate the stem cells that are already in your body? Your body already has these stem cells but as we age they become less active and less effective.

So what if there was a way to stir up these stem cells and make them active again where you could heal the way that you did when you in your 20s? How could we do that? This approach would obviously be very safe, be highly effective, and also inexpensive compared to other methods available. The first and the most important thing that the X-39 stem cell patch does is to reset your own stem cells and get them to act like younger healthier cells. This is why the X-39 technology is so advantageous.

If we get the stem cells acting like younger healthier cells, the body is going to heal more rapidly.  The X-39 has many more benefits, you can read about them in the testimonials on these pages, and future posts will describe them in more detail.

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