i) Are stem cells safe?
Stem cells are safe when obtained from your own body for your own body for your own use only. When using another person’s stem cells there is a theoretical possibility of a host versus graft reaction. This has not been seen with mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) and so MSCs are widely used in allogenic treatments.

ii) Why human and NOT animals stem cells?
- It is banned in many countries
- It causes many adverse reactions
- Prone to contract bacterial and viral infections carried by the animal stem cells
- Do not have a track record of safety or effectiveness when it comes to treating human illnesses

iii) What is the evidence behind it?
We already know today that the safest and most effective cellular preparations are those that use the patient’s own stem cells—called autologous human stem cells. Thousands of patients worldwide have been treated over several decades with autologous human stem cells and they have a long track record of safety and efficacy. For example, the success rate of cases is seen in condition like strokes, cardiac arrest, IVP and OA. So far there are no reports on any cancer formation or complications. Treatments are also done using allogenic transplantation. An advantage of allogenic stem cell transplant is that the donor stem cells make their own immune cells, which means they are immunopriviledged. Transplanted MSCs will not be rejected by the host recipients.

iv) How many treatments and how often I need to be treated?
While responses to treatment vary to individual’s physical and medical condition and most people require 2 to 3 treatments per year. However, for patients with alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking history, it is advised by medical doctors to go for a number of treatments.

v) If I decide for therapy what is my next step?
- Understand the nature and objectives of stem cell therapy
- Consultation with our panel doctors
- Referring you to nearest available clinic/hospital
- Blood test/Health screening
- Treatment
- Discharge on the same day if no complications

vi) What are the side effects and complications?
Aside from the initial pain at the injection site, the patient will not experience any discomfort. Less than 10% of (IV injections) patients have developed a minor fever and headache. However , these side effects have never lasted than three days and usually resolve within 24 hours. No long term negative side effects have been reported.

vii) Is your product recognized by the International Standards?
We are officially accredited by strict and recognized agencies, such as ISO. We also comply with regulations such as GMP.