Stem cells Transplant Institute in Costa Rica, under the direction of Dr. Mesén, is a pioneer in the use of Stem Cells Therapies in Costa Rica.
At Stem Cells Transplant Institute, we use adult autologous stem cells for the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes Mellitus, which affects 346 million people, is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Pancreatic β cells play a central role in the progression of diabetes.
Developing efficient strategies to derive functional pancreatic β cells is important for both cell replacement therapy and disease modeling of diabetes. Induced pluripotent stem cells and adult pancreatic stem/progenitor cells, are used to generate functional pancreatic β cells.
Several recent studies have suggested that the adult bone marrow stem cells can influence β-cell regeneration in dibetes. It has been also shown that bone marrow cells and mesenchymal stem cells when are concomitantly administrated, blood glucose and serum insulin concentrations rapidly returned to normal levels, accompanied by efficient tissue regeneration after a single injection.
Using stem cell therapies offered at Stem Cells Transplant Institute, you can improve symptoms and signs of Diabetes Mellitus as:
- excessive thirst
- Frequent Urination
- Excessive hunger or increased appetite
- Blurred Vision
Bone marrow cells and stem cells induce the regeneration of pancreatic insulin-secreting cells. Also, stem cells inhibit immune responses against newly formed β-cells, which, in turn, are able to survive. Thus, the application of this therapy in human patients suffering from diabetes and/or other tissue destructive autoimmune diseases appears to be feasible.
Diabetic skin has impaired wound-healing properties following injury. Treatment with mesenchymal stem cells may improve diabetic wound healing by increasing collagen content, and correcting the impaired biomechanical properties of diabetic skin.
Diabetic neuropathy is the most common form of peripheral neuropathy, nerve damage usually is bilateral and occurs in an ascending pattern. The conventional treatments are glucose control and pain management.
Investigations show that stem cells may improve diabetic neuropathy by direct modulation of both angiogenesis (the physiological process through which new blood vessels form) and myelination (process of forming a myelin sheath around a nerve to allow nerve impulses to move more quickly).
Stem Cells Transplant Institute in Costa has state-to-the-art technologies and human resource to help you get fascinating treatment possibilities for Diabetes Mellitus through the use of stem cells. Costa Rica ranks as one of the best healthcare systems in the World, we offer high quality stem cells treatments for just a fraction of the price you get in the USA. Don´t hesitate to contact us.