Growing numbers of individuals seeking alternative or advanced forms of medical treatment, including stem cell therapies, travel to foreign destinations every year. According to their reports, such numbers are on the verge of ‘exploding’ as individuals seek safe and effective treatments for dehabilitative injuries, diseases and terminal illnesses at affordable prices not currently found in the U.S
Stem cell technologies and advancements are being made on an almost daily basis. From Japan to China to the U.S. to Europe, Africa and Russia, the world’s scientists and medical experts have been studying, and using, stem cells treatments and stem cell therapy to treat a wide range of illnesses, injuries and disease processes.
To date, scientific research into stem cells has identified multiple types of stem cells and sources. The most commonly studied, and used, stem cell therapies today involve the use of embryonic stem cell therapy, adult stem cell therapy and research and umbilical cord stem cell therapy.
Today, stem cell research offers potential treatments for the future that may cure many disease processes, enable people with spinal cord injuries to walk again, and perhaps even see an end to cognitive impairment diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease. Facilities like ProgenCell, located in Tijuana, Mexico, are leaders in stem cell research and technology. ProgenCell focuses on the use of autologous (from the patient) adult stem cell therapy and treatment.
PlacidWay, a medical tourism portal, produces in-depth profiles of stem cell treatments and facilities around the world that offers international travelers affordable, effective and available stem cell therapies and technologies that offer hope for millions suffering from a multitude of genetic and acquired disease processes.