The increasing complexity of diseases facing humanity calls for new innovative approaches of battling these ailments. Thanks to advancement in science, which has seen the development of better means of treating diseases, patients can now receive the right treatment. Stem cell therapy is one of the effective treatments that has been developed to treat pulmonary conditions. The therapy has been used extensively by The Lung Institute to treat emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis and chronic bronchitis. The medical center also employs regenerative cellular therapy in treating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and interstitial lung disease.
The Lung Institute uses highly trained specialists who have long-standing experience in using invasive stem cell therapies in tackling various lung diseases. The professionals understand that each patient’s condition is unique; therefore, to optimize results, treatment is delivered based on the needs of the sufferers.
The ability of stem cells replicate is what makes them effective in healing damaged tissues in the body. In stem cell therapy, autologous stem cells are obtained from blood or bone marrow of the patient. Then they are separated and intravenously reintroduced to the patient’s body. The cells spread to the lungs where they heal the affected tissues and reduce inflammation. The Lung Institute has used this therapy to positively change patient’s lives. Many suffers have confirmed resuming their activities after undergoing stem therapy. To learn more, visit lunginstitute.com.
Dr. Jack Coleman of the institute was one of the participants of the Third International Congress on Responsible Stem Cell Research. According to the PR Web, medical professionals converged in the event to discuss the current and future application of stem cells. During his presentation, Dr. Coleman pointed out that traditional methods of introducing new treatment are ineffective since they tend to be expensive, slow and tiresome. Therefore, there is need to embrace a different approach that will ensure new medicine breakthrough like stem therapies are easily integrated into treatment technologies.
Dr. Coleman also outlined how the institute functions and sources funding its research. He further admitted that stem therapy technology is fast changing U.S medicine. Dr. Coleman finally remarked that, with globalization, medicine is becoming uniform across continents, which calls for a global approach in medicine.