For years there has been this ongoing controversy of Stem Cell Therapy. But what if you yourself, or a loved one was in the “hot seat”; sitting across from the Doctor telling you or your loved one that you have a lung disease that will slowly asphyxiate you? Wouldn’t you want to do everything possible to keep your, or your loved ones, great life going? Absolutely! That’s exactly what a medical institution set out to do when they opened their doors in 2013, The Lung Institute. Using Stem Cell Therapy, they have treated over 3,000 patients with a success rate of over 70%; now those are some odds worth betting on.
Since opening in 2013, they now have 5 locations in the country: Tampa Florida, Scottsdale Arizona, Dallas Texas, Nashville Tennessee and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Imagine the things you could do in any of these locations all the while, receiving your treatments. Currently they are able to successfully treat 7 types of lung diseases such as COPD and Emphysema.
So how does this “Stem Cell Therapy” work? Well stem cells can be found in the human body such as bone marrow or umbilical cord blood. These stem cells are like a blank slate, able to become virtually any type of human body cell. The Lung Institute uses these to develop healthy lung cells. These cells are then used to help your own body aid itself in repairing the damage done. Sound too good to be true, or thinking “this is probably a very painful experience”? At the BCM – Lung Institute their therapies are minimally invasive and are outpatient based, and usually only take around 3 days; add that with a success rate of over 70% and now you have some very favorable odds on your side.
If you or a loved one are suffering from a lung disease; don’t give up, TAKE BACK YOUR LIFE! Stem cell therapy may very well be your foot-hold in taking control of your life again. Now has this perked your interest? Want to know more? Visit: lunginstitute.com. There you will be able to see the testimonials of patients and how it turned their lives around. You can also easily find information and how to get a consultation. Lung disease shouldn’t own your life, YOU should own it!