How Cellular Therapy Works?
Cellular therapy at the Lung Institute has proven to improve the functionality of lungs affected by chronic lung disease, but cells are capable of forming any differentiated cell, so they can actually develop into any organ or tissue in the body, which proves their versatility in the medical field. Since cells self-renew, they divide indefinitely, which means they are ideal to promote the healing of organs. As new tissue is created by the cells, organs are strengthened and the effects of organ damage are minimized.
Where Do We Get The Cells?
The newly opened Lung Institute in TN offers cellular therapies with autologous cells. The cells come directly from an adult patient’s body only to be administered to the same patient. This decreases the potential of rejection and undermines any possible controversy about cellular therapy.
The Lung Institute provides unique cellular therapy: blood-derived therapy. During cellular therapy, the cells target the damaged tissue or organ in order to reinforce function and improve lives.
What is The Cellular Therapy Procedure?
Depending on the treatment recommended, the cells are then extracted from the patient’s body either through blood. The cells are isolated by a professional, and almost immediately, the cells are given back to the individual intravenously allowing patients to breathe in the cells. Now, the cells can begin to promote the healing of lung tissue, so patients can breathe easier and bring their life within reach.
If you or a loved one want to learn more about how cellular therapy for chronic lung diseases, such as emphysema and chronic bronchitis, in TN can be used to combat lung disease and improve your life, contact us or call us at (800) 729-3065.