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STEM CELL

Updated: Jul 21

Innovations in therapy and rejuvenation.


Stem Cell Therapy is a medical treatment in which stem cells are used to replace or repair damaged cells in the body. The goal of this therapy is to regenerate and repair damaged tissue, which can help improve function and reduce pain. Stem cells can be obtained from a variety of sources, including bone marrow, umbilical cord blood, and adipose (fat) tissue. Once they are collected, they are usually grown in a lab and then transplanted into the patient's body at the site of the damage. The stem cells can then differentiate into the specific types of cells needed to repair the damage, such as blood cells, nerve cells, brain cells or muscle cells.


The idea behind using stem cells for regenerative purposes is because stem cells have the ability to divide and differentiate into different types of cells, which can potentially repair and regenerate damaged or aging tissue.


Some proponents of stem cell therapy for anti-aging and rejuvenation also suggest that stem cells may be able to stimulate the body's own repair mechanisms, leading to a more youthful appearance, improved mental acuity, and overall health and vitality. These medical treatments are still an area of ongoing research, and the FDA is requiring more studies to understand the effectiveness and safety of stem cell therapy for these purposes. But the many patient success stories are undeniable: curing or reversing disease, avoiding surgeries, mental clarity, improved overall functionality, health and stamina, and the list goes on.



There are several different types of stem cell therapies, including:

  1. Autologous stem cell therapy: In this type of therapy, the patient's own patient's body. This is typically done using stem cells from bone marrow, or adipose tissue.

  2. Allogeneic stem cell therapy: In this type of therapy, stem cells are collected from a donor and then transplanted into the patient's body. The donor's cells can be a close match to the patient's cells, such as from a family member, or they can be a less-close match from an unrelated donor.

  3. Embryonic stem cell therapy: This type of therapy uses stem cells from human embryos, which have the potential to become any type of cell in the body. This type of harvesting has caused many to oppose any type of stem cell therapy for religious, ethical and moral reasons. But this is in no way a primary way to acquire stem cells.

  4. Induced pluripotent stem cell therapy: In this type of therapy, adult cells are genetically reprogrammed to become stem cells, which can then be used to repair or replace damaged cells.

  5. Umbilical cord stem cell therapy: Stem cells collected from the blood left in the placenta and umbilical cord after birth, which has the capacity to repair damaged tissue and form blood cells.


There are so many ways to acquire stem cells whether it be from your own body or from a donor: there are stem cells in your fat, your blood, your teeth and bones. The possibilities this science brings to our world is prompting some to say it could very well be the end of disease; allowing people to live longer, healthier lives.


It's important to note that some of these types of Stem Cell Therapies are still considered experimental and have not been approved for clinical use in the United States and are usually not covered by Insurance.


Adipose stem cell therapy, also known as fat stem cell therapy, is a type of regenerative medicine that utilizes stem cells obtained from adipose (fat) tissue. Adipose tissue is an abundant source of adult stem cells, which can differentiate into various cell types, including fat cells, cartilage cells, and bone cells. The process typically begins with a liposuction procedure, during which a small amount of fat tissue is removed from the patient's body. The fat tissue is then processed in a lab to isolate the stem cells. The stem cells are then concentrated and purified, before being re-injected into the patient's body at the site of injury or damage.

Adipose stem cell therapy is believed to have several potential benefits, including:


  • Repairing damaged tissue: The stem cells can differentiate into the specific types of cells needed to repair damage, such as blood vessels, muscle cells, or nerve cells.

  • Reducing inflammation: The stem cells release anti-inflammatory molecules that can help to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

  • Stimulating the growth of new blood vessels: The stem cells can stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, which can improve blood flow and oxygenation to the damaged tissue.

  • Stimulating the growth of new collagen: The stem cells can promote the growth of new collagen, which can help to improve skin elasticity and reduce wrinkles.


Although the results can be remarkable they vary from person to person and the type of injury or damage, so it's important to consult a doctor for the best course of treatment. Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy is a type of regenerative medicine that utilizes stem cells obtained from umbilical cord blood (Cord Blood). Cord blood is the blood that remains in the placenta and umbilical cord after a baby is born. This blood is rich in stem cells, which have the ability to differentiate into various types of cells, including blood cells and immune cells.


The process of Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy typically begins with the collection of cord blood from the placenta and umbilical cord after a baby is born. The cord blood is then processed in a lab to isolate the stem cells. The stem cells are then concentrated and purified, before being frozen for future use.

When the patient is ready for treatment, the stem cells are thawed and re- injected into the patient's body at the site of injury or damage or can be used in IV treatments to rejuvenate the entire body. Stem Cells are smart and go where they are needed most.

Umbilical Cord Blood Therapy is believed to have a number of potential benefits, including:

  • Repairing damaged tissue: The stem cells can differentiate into the specific types of cells needed to repair damage, such as blood vessels, muscle cells, or nerve cells.

  • Treating blood disorders: The stem cells can be used to treat blood disorders such as leukemia, lymphoma, and sickle cell anemia.

  • Boosting immunity: The stem cells can boost immunity and help to fight against infections and diseases.

  • Supporting growth and development: The stem cells can support growth and development of vital organs such as the brain, heart, lungs and liver. Stem cell Therapy id generally not covered by insurance and is still considered experimental, and generally not approved for clinical use in the United States: Many people seeking these rejuvenate and lifesaving procedures must travel abroad to get the help they need. It is expensive and for now only available to those that can afford this type of medical tourism.

Cord Blood can be used for a variety of different purposes, including the following:

  1. Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT): This type of therapy uses stem cells from umbilical cord blood to treat blood disorders such as leukemia, lymphoma, and sickle cell anemia. The stem cells are used to replace the patient's diseased or damaged blood-forming cells, which can help to restore the normal function of the patient's bone marrow.

  2. Regenerative medicine: Cord Blood stem cells can be used in regenerative medicine to repair or replace damaged cells, tissues or organs. It can be used to treat a variety of conditions such as spinal cord injuries, heart disease, diabetes, brain health, and overall rejuvenation and anti-aging purposes.

  3. Immune support: Umbilical cord stem cells can be used to boost the immunity of patients who have been treated with chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The stem cells can also help to prevent infections and reduce the risk of complications from these treatments.

  4. Neurodegenerative disorders: The stem cells from the cord blood have been used in studies to treat disorders such as cerebral palsy, autism, and multiple sclerosis. The cost of stem cell therapy can vary widely depending on the type of therapy, the facility where it is performed, and the location of the patient. It's important to note that the cost of stem cell therapy is not typically covered by insurance, as it is considered an experimental and unproven treatment in the United States. For example, the cost of a single treatment of umbilical cord stem cell therapy can range from $5,000 to $40,000 or more. The cost of autologous adult stem cell therapy (using the patient's own stem cells) can range from $5,000 to $20,000. HSCT - Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation can easily go into the six figure markers. Of course, these are estimates and costs can vary widely. The cost is not the only consideration when deciding whether to undergo stem cell therapy. Stem Cell Therapy is available in the United States, but it is not widely available or approved for all conditions and is open to fraudulent practitioners and profiteers. The availability and use of stem cell therapy in the United States is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is responsible for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of medical treatments, but this administrative agency is also very interconnected with BIG PHARMA which stands to receive a heavy financial negative impact if we just start going around curing disease. The medical cycle of revenue in the United States revolves around prescription medicine, seeing your doctor every three months to approve those prescriptions , hospital stays, insurance etc...


There are a few other reasons why stem cell therapy may not be widely available or approved for all conditions in the United States:


  1. Stem Cells are not a pharmaceutical but a biologic and can cause financial damage to the pharmaceutical and economics of the United States medical industry.

  2. Lack of scientific evidence: There is still a lot of research that needs to be done to fully understand Ste Cells potential benefits and risks. There is not enough funding going into the research and clinical trials needed to provide these scientific facts that are supported by many other countries around the world.

  3. Cost: The cost of stem cell therapy is typically not covered by insurance, and the high cost of treatment may be prohibitive for some patients.

  4. Laws and regulations: There are federal and state laws and regulations that govern the use of stem cells in the United States. These laws limit the types of stem cell therapies that can be offered, and where they can be offered.



The idea behind using stem cells for regenerative purposes is because they have the ability to divide, multiply and differentiate into different types of cells, which can potentially repair and regenerate damaged or aging tissue. They can make it easier for the body to expel damaged cells.

One way stem cells may be used for rejuvenation is by injecting them into the skin (PRP) to repair damaged skin cells and promote collagen production, which can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.


Another way stem cells may be used for rejuvenation is by injecting them into the joints, which can help to reduce inflammation, pain, rebuild cartilage and improve mobility.


A simple IV treatment that directly allows thousands and even hundreds of thousands of stem cells to be released directly into the patients’ blood system, enabling these cells to seek and find the areas of the body that need their help. These healthy cells, once introduced into the host environment will continue to double and double and double... producing an abundant supply of new, healthy cells for the next two years.


The FDA has approved some stem cell therapies for specific conditions; Many clinical trials are under way to investigate the safety and efficacy of stem cell therapies for various diseases and conditions, but we need more funding in this area of medicine. We need the FDA to stop dragging their feet! We need more approved therapies to become available as the results of these scientific, clinical trials become available.

Is Stem Cell Therapy right for you? Do your research carefully before deciding to undergo treatment, consult with a qualified doctor or a few. Ensure that Stem Cell Therapy is the right choice for you and that you are getting treatment from a reputable and qualified provider. It's important to understand that not all stem cell therapies are the same, and not all providers are created equal.

For more information please contact:

Strong and Golden Foundation

600 Rosecranse Ave, Suite 101

Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

(323) 528-5034 • info@strongandgolden.org

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