Stem cells are the building blocks of life; they are essential to every living organism. They are able to self-renew and replicate. Bridgeport, the most populous city in Connecticut, can now be part of these therapies, contact us.
Connecticut has set a new standard by becoming the first state to actually implement a structured, ongoing research grant program of Stem Cells, the Connecticut Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee, UConn has been awarded a total of $20.7 million that has provided support to more than 125 investigators at the Storrs and UConn Health campuses.
Bridgeport plays an important role in the rapidly evolving field of Stem Cells; the investigations have positioned the University of Connecticut as a leader. The university has obtained grant support to initiate research programs for 30 scientists and physicians studying stem cells from a wide range of perspectives. These include a large program in bone biology focused on regenerative stem cell therapies to repair major bone injuries such as those suffered by U.S. armed forces in Iraq.
Every day, researchers from Bridgeport, are striving to unlock the secrets of human stem cells, the so-called “magic seeds” of regenerative medicine. Their work is leading the way toward creation of a new industry with immense potential for Bridgeport, Stamford, Danbury, Old Greenwich, Cheshire Village and Trumbull.
Diseases like Diabetes, COPD, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer´s Disease, spinal cord injury and many other inflammatory and degenerative diseases that currently have very limited treatment options, can now opt for stem cells therapies.
Despite all the efforts, therapies are not legally approved in most clinics in the United States. Stem Cells Transplant Institute in Costa Rica holds the promise of a bright future for people from Bridgeport suffering from dozens of chronic, debilitating and life-threatening diseases.
The stem cells used by the institute are autologous, which means they come from the patient’s own body. The stem cells are extracted from the patient’s own bone marrow or fat, depending on the patient’s current condition and health history. Adult stem cells have the capacity to form many types of differentiated cells, so when the stem cells are returned to the patient, they will target the damaged tissue, which leads to improved organ function in patients with a chronic diseases. Our minimally invasive, outpatient stem cell procedures are changing lives. Get legally approved stem cell therapies now.